The Stealth was the vaguely Americanized version of the 3000GT, which meant it shared the Mitsubishi’s conservatively rated 300-horsepower twin-turbo V6, its grippy all-wheel drive and its slick 6-speed manual gearbox. The Stealth R/T with AWD was Dodge‘s version of the vaunted 3000GT VR-4. Admittedly, neither the Stealth nor the 3000GT could match the Toyota Supra‘s poise or the Mazda RX-7‘s delicate handling, but the Nagoya, Japan-built Mitsubishi and Dodge were great-looking coupes with plenty of performance to spare.
If you missed out on your chance to buy a new one, high-end classic car dealer Marshall Goldman, in Cleveland, Ohio of all places, has the closest thing to new that you’re likely to find. Seriously, it’s not likely that even Chrysler has a nicer Stealth in its collection.
Showing just 1,000 miles, this striking pearl-white-over-red-leather example is offered for about a grand under its original list price. This example comes from the first year of production and is sold with its original window sticker.
Early-90s cues are everywhere — with the button-heavy stereo with sliders to adjust tone and the color-matched alloy wheels, which wear Goodyear Eagle ZR45 tires that very well may be original.
The Carfax report shows that the Stealth is no stranger to Marshall Goldman, which has bought and sold it several times. I can only imagine the look on the service techs’ faces at Ed Tomko Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge when a brake line was replaced in 2017 at 993 miles. I probably would have taken it to a Mitsubishi dealer, but still. Find a Dodge Stealth for sale
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