• 2001 Plymouth Prowler. (P-0101)
  • DaimlerChrysler's Woodward Edition Prowler concept vehicle, released at the 1999 Specialty Equipment Marketing Association Trade Show.(PP-0002)
  • Prowler delivers the "shock value" for the Plymouth brand while raising nameplate awareness for the full product range.
  • 1999 Red Plymouth Prowler
  • "Prowler Silver" makes its debut as the new color for the 2000 model year.
  • 1999 Plymouth Prowler. PP-904.
  • 1999 Plymouth Prowler. PP-903.
  • Visually, the Prowler is an incredibly powerful design statement that first and foremost pays homage to the rolling art of hot rods - the ultimate expression of the great American open roadster.
  • 1997 Plymouth Prowler.
  • Prowler continues to cruise. Chrysler kicked off Detroit's annual Woodward Cruise celebration in style by unveiling its new 2001 "Black Tie Edition" Prowler. The limited edition silver/black two-tone hot rod will arrive in dealerships by early September. (August 18,2000). (P-0103).
  • While aluminum is extensively used, it is not the only material. A type of polymer, called acrylonitryle-butadeine-styrene, was used on the grille.
  • The hot rod aura of the concet Prowler was preserved in the final design of the vehicle's interior.
Click Bob Nardelli's Prowler to see a selection of the others at the party

When Robert Nardelli was named the new CEO of the new Chrysler Group a couple of weeks ago, his apparent lack of car credentials had a lot of people concerned. However, earlier this week there was a faint ray of hope as Chrysler played host to the tenth birthday party for the late Plymouth Prowler. Among the 175 Prowler owners on hand was Nardelli with the 2001 Black Tie Edition that he bought new. Maybe the critics were mistaken, but time will surely tell.

[Source: Chrysler]


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