Two grand doesn’t buy much in supercar from the 1990s, even in the case of a twin turbocharged all-wheel-drive Japanese car masquerading as a domestic. I know that the 3000GTVR4/StealthRT platform is known for being costly to repair, but even if there is a rod poking through the block of this next car, I think […]
The Dodge Stealth was a US market re-badge of the Mitsubishi 3000GT and it was available as a basic V6 powered front-drive thing or a VR4 equipped twin-turbo monster. Today’s example started as a basic R/T model with a 223 horsepower V6, but it was given an engine swap in the form a twin-turbo from […]
Yes, it is sunset on Halloween night, time for all the freaks and ghouls to prowl the streets…so I’ll just post this..errr…custom…”one of a kind” thing. Find this 1991 Dodge Stealth offered for $3500 located in Los Angeles, CA via craigslist.
We all know the guy (or gal) who is obsessed with the 90s. Always listens to U2, quotes Seinfeld, and rocks a Zach Morris hairdo with matching preppy sweater. He probably drives a Camaro or C4 Vette…but it is probably because the dude isn’t an investment banker and doesn’t have much to spend on a […]
The Dodge Stealth was a badge engineered version of the Mitsubishi 3000GT — imported into the USA around the same time as the Diamond Star Motors imports (Eclipse/Talon/Laser) but the Stealth and 3000GT were both built in Japan. The only difference between the Mitsu and Dodge version were cosmetic, and personally, I like the looks […]