During the 1990s, the Dodge Stealth was one of the fastest and most technologically advanced sports cars on the market. Produced in Japan by Chrysler Corporation’s partner Mitsubishi, the Stealth featured Chrysler-designed bodywork using a shared chassis, drivetrain, and interior from the Mitsubishi 3000GT. In America, the car competed with the likes of the Toyota Supra, Chevrolet Corvette, Mazda RX-7, Nissan 300ZX, and even the 3000GT.
The car even was scheduled to be the “Official Pace Car” for the 1991 Indianapolis 500. However, when word got out about the Japanese-built car pacing the race, Dodge used a pre-production prototype Dodge Viper RT/10 as its official pace car and pushed the Stealth to “Official Car” status.
This 1992 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin-Turbo is a perfect example of the Japanese-built American sports car. Powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter 24-valve DOHC V6 engine, which was rated a 300 horsepower and 306 lb.-ft. of torque, this car features a 5-speed manual transmission and all-wheel-drive (AWD). Painted in Sandstorm Metallic, the Stealth was undoubtedly one of the better-looking sports cars from the 1990s.
The Stealth R/T Twin-Turbo could sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just under 5-seconds.
The car features pop-up headlights with black covers, fog lamps, a rear spoiler with integrated third brake light, and quad exhaust tips. The car itself is far from perfect, with the occasional paint chip here and there, but what do you expect from a 30-year-old car.
The interior features bolstered front seats and a contoured rear bench trimmed in beige leather with matching carpets, door panel inserts, and Stealth-branded floor mats. Amenities include automatic climate control, power accessories, cruise control, and a JVC CD stereo.
There is power-assisted four-wheel vented disc brakes, power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering, and four-wheel independent suspension, to ensure that the R/T Twin-Turbo could handle track days, as well as high-speed straightline performance.
As time goes on, Stealth R/T Twin-Turbos are getting harder to find. Only 4,355 of the R/T Twin-Turbo cars were built during the 1992 model, with only 9,651 of the twin-turbo cars built during the 6 year production run.
This particular car is currently found on Bring A Trailer, and is listed on the live auction until Monday, April 25th. The car only has 51,500 original miles on the odometer. For more information or to see more pictures, you can visit its dedicated page on the online automotive auction website by clicking here.
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