1992 Dodge Stealth

Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO

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St. Louis, MO



Year 1992
Mileage 63145
Engine 6
Doors 2
Transmission Manual
Make Dodge
Model Stealth

Stealth 1992

Title Status Clear
Exterior Color Scarlet Red
Interior Color Gray


Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE 1992 Dodge Stealth R/T One-owner car - showing 63,145 milesOriginal equipmentFirestorm Red (code R38) exterior and gray leather interior3.0L DOHC 24-valve V-6 (code 6G72)Five-speed manual transmission (code F5M33)Air-conditioning, cruise control, power locks and power windowsFoglights, rear defroster, rear window washer/wiperSafety equipment includes a driver's side airbag and anti-lock brakesDocumentation includes original owner's manual and two die-cast models of the car, 1/64 scale and approximately 1/24 scale As a successor to Mitsubishi's Starion 2+2, Mitsubishi delivered with the 3000, which was marketed to Dodge as the Stealth, which could use a competitor in the ponycar field against the Camaro, Mustang, Capri and Firebird. This is a beautiful, low-mileage surviving example. Made in June 1991 in Mitsubishi's Nagoya, Japan factory, this version is the non-turbocharged model. Dressed in Firestorm Red (code R38), the car's paint and trim are in overall very good order, though there are some blemishes evident in the rubber trim along the tops of the door, particularly on the passenger side. The bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the cargo area is in very good order, the battery has a January 2018 sticker and the body-colored bumpers fit tightly to the body. This car is one of 19,696 Stealths exported to the US in 1992; one of 5,247 non-turbo R/T models and one of 1,534 Stealths made in this color. A previous owner, a Richard K. in Blasdell, New York, bought it on December 1, 2002. Maintenance notes show that the car received all new fluids on November 17, 2002, at 40,008 miles and a lube, oil and filter on June 22, 2003 at 41,062 miles. This 2+2 rolls on Valera Sport All-Season radials, size 225/35ZR18 at every corner. Each tire is mounted to a factory alloy wheel. The wheels and tires are all in very good order. Safety equipment includes a driver's side airbag and anti-lock brakes. Under the hood is a 3.0L DOHC, 24-valve V-6 (code 6G72). Note that this is the non-turbocharged version of the engine. Backing the motor is a five-speed manual transmission (code F5M33). Driver convenience features include air-conditioning, cruise control, power locks and power windows. There are also foglights, a rear window defroster and a rear window washer/wiper. Inside, the car's gray leather seats are in very good overall condition, as is the matching carpet and headliner. A four-spoke steering wheel bearing an airbag faces the driver. The gray instrument panel and inner door panels are in similar order. A/C blows cold, but not cold. The center console and shift lever look good and there's a factory AM/FM stereo with a cassette deck to round out the inside. The Z11A chassis code was used for the base Dodge Stealth. The Mitsubishis lacked the "twin turbo" writing on the faux windows. The Dodges had different bumpers than the turbo cars, otherwise, the non-turbo cars looked cosmetically like the turbo cars. These models were front-wheel drive and lacked four-wheel steering and active aero. They came with a five-speed manual (F5M33) or with automatic transmissions. Both the DOHC and SOHC (6G72) V-6s were offered in this platform. The Mitsubishi GTO is a front-engine, all-wheel/front-wheel drive grand touring/sports car manufactured and marketed by Mitsubishi from 1990-2000 over a single generation. Manufactured in a three-door hatchback coupe body style in Nagoya, Japan, the 2+2 four-seaters were marketed in the Japanese domestic market (JDM) as the GTO, and globally as Mitsubishi 3000GT. In North America, it was sold both as the Mitsubishi 3000GT (1991-1999) and the Dodge Stealth (1991-1996), a badge engineered, mechanically identical captive import. As a collaborative effort between Chrysler and Mitsubishi Motors, Chrysler was responsible for the Stealth's exterior styling. Early models were internally designated Z16A and incorporated full-time four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, active aerodynamics with automatically adjusting front and rear


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