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I think that it is kind of, funny, that the "Amazing" Sportscar the Plymouth Prowler had My 1997 3.5L in it, kind of weird, i can understand it will have a little more go, considering the car without the engine and accessories weighed in at 900lbs, but damn... and then the 2nd gen. got a 253hp 3.5 from the 300 and lhs??? Which one of our cars produces that???
 

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The Prowler skipped the 1998 model year, but the 1997 model continued in production until a revised 1999 model came along. While the 1997 Prowler had the same 214 horsepower 3.5 litre SOHC 24 valve V6 engine offered in the uplevel Chrysler Intrepid and Concorde, the 1999 Prowler switched to a new, all-aluminum 253 horsepower 3.5 litre SOHC 24 valve V6, the same engine used in the recently-redesigned LHS and 300M.
 

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hmm, interesting i guess lol
 

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Not too amazing by anymeans. It rode on a modified LH platform, used the same transaxle, just mounted in the rear.
 

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TopGunWgHs said:
the 1999 Prowler switched to a new, all-aluminum 253 horsepower 3.5 litre SOHC 24 valve V6, the same engine used in the recently-redesigned LHS and 300M.

Same engine i have in my car.

Prowler just weighed a helluva lot less.

And like Dakota said, it's even the same tranny, just adapted for RWD.
 
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