Hatchet Jobs: Automotive Turkeys

Plymouth Prowler
Plymouth’s Prowler should have been great; it had all the potential in the world. Sure, there was some controversy over its design being heavily borrowed from a car by hot-rod customizer Chip Foose; but if it could have delivered performance commensurate to its image, the world likely would have forgiven any sins. Instead, the Prowler came with no manual transmission and an anemic 250-horsepower V6. The world looked, yawned and moved on.

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