1,000-Mile 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin-Turbo Has Sweet Looks, Sour Price

With 300 HP from a 3.0-liter V6 and AWD, the Dodge Stealth is a rebadged Mitsubishi 3000GT.

Those of you who are nostalgic for the 1990s will become even more so after seeing this mint-condition 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin-Turbo.

Better known as the Mitsubishi 3000GT worldwide and Mitsubishi GTO in Japan, the sports coupe (technically a hatchback) was also sold as the Dodge Stealth as part of a deal with Chrysler which needed a halo performance car in its lineup before the introduction of the Viper.

Regardless of the badging, the Japanese sports car was a technological showcase featuring stuff like all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, digital climate control system, steering wheel-mounted radio controls and an optional CD changer, among other things. Bear in mind we’re talking about 1991 when most of these features were very rare.

In the range-topping twin-turbo model, power came from a 3.0-liter V6 (6G72) gasoline engine making 300 HP (304 PS) and 308 lb-ft (417 Nm) of torque. Matched to a five-speed manual, the potent power plant enabled the Dodge Stealth R/T to sprint from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in around 5-6 seconds – depending on which car magazine you read at the time.

That was quick for 1991 and is still quicker than some modern hot hatches. This long introduction brings us to a stunning Dodge Stealth R/T claimed to have only 1,050 miles (1,690 km) under its belt.

Combining an all-white exterior (including the five-spoke alloy wheels) with a red leather interior, this 1991 Dodge Stealth is up for sale in Cleveland, Ohio at Marshall Goldman Motor Sales for $32,900. While that’s hardly pocket change, the seller argues that cars with this mileage and in this condition are extremely rare.

Furthermore, it’s fully loaded with features like all-wheel drive, original Mitsubishi head unit and stereo, optional CD changer (a $278 option in 1991), multifunction steering wheel and more. Tempted?

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