2000 Plymouth Prowler 7K Survivor – SOLD for $28,500!
February 12th Update – The original owner has found a new home for their like-new, 7K mile 2000 Prowler for $28,500. Congrats to the new owner!
January 21st – The original owner of this like-new Prowler just reduced his asking price from $30,000 to $28,500!
Since new, the original owner enjoyed this Prowler Black over Agate leather only during the nicest days, rain-free days of the year. Consequently, that averages out to about 350 miles annually. When not in use, this Prowler enjoys being properly stored and maintained in a climate-controlled building.
Having seen and photographed this Prowler in person, we rate the car as a solid #2 “Excellent” example. To help you assess the possible market value of this Prowler, the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool’s estimate for Prowlers in that condition is $30,700. Similarly, Classic.com, the analytics and search engine of the Classic Car Market, estimates the value of this car at $28,542 based on the volume of comparative sales this guide tracks through a variety of sources.
As expected, the exterior presents in like-new condition with the one faintly visible scratch noted above the beltline. Known to be virtually unavoidable to its extremely low design and forward overhang, the bottom edge of the radiator does have several minor curb rashes. An experienced detailer can easily remedy these minor rashes. The black canvas convertible top is in like-new condition.
The interior is in excellent condition. The Agate leather seats show no signs of wear. The floor mats and interior carpet present as new. While this Prowler does not have the rare Dealer-provided trailer, it does come with a like-new vinyl Agate tonneau that matches the interior.
The engine presents in like-new condition with a replacement battery being the only non-original item in the engine bay. Currently wearing light storage dust, several hours of detailing will have the engine bay show ready if desired.
The chrome-plated factory five-spoke wheels appear flaw-free in like-new condition. The three-digit date code of “339” on the tires confirms this Prowler wears its original tires produced in August of 1999. While these tires look brand new, we highly recommend the next caretaker keep the original set for Concours judging and invest in a fresh set if they plan to do any cruising.
Overall, this is an excellent opportunity to own one of only 2,746 Prowlers produced for the 2000 model year. The original owner and GuysWithRides have agreed to a very realistic market reserve, so don’t be afraid to bid and who knows, you might be the lucky auction winner to park this Prowler underneath your Christmas tree! Good luck with the auction!