Chrysler Prowler. It may take some getting used to, but DaimlerChrysler Corp. confirms that will be the name for the old-style roadster beginning in January 2001 (see Ward's Automotive Reports — May 22, '00 p. 5). “While Plymouth will be discontinued after 2001, Prowler will continue to be offered as one of the most outrageously styled roadsters on the road today,” says Tom Gale, DCC executive vice president-product development and design. With sales tracking at 1,621 for the first half ...

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