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  • 3.0 liter Mitsubishi twin turbo V6
  • Getrag 5-speed manual transmission
  • Electronically controlled independent suspension / All-wheel drive
  • 4-wheel power steering / 4-wheel power disc brakes
  • Optional chrome wheels
  • 1 of 228 1993 Stealth R/T Twin Turbos painted Pearl White.
  • Optional leather interior
  • Factory Ultimate Sound system / Optional 6-disc CD changer
  • 1-owner 16,895-mile survivor
  • Sale includes an original window sticker and original dealer paperwork


* This Stealth is a 1-owner 16,895-mile survivor
* 1 of 228 1993 Stealth R/T Twin Turbos painted Pearl White
* Optional leather interior
* Optional chrome wheels
* 3.0 liter Mitsubishi twin turbo V6
* Getrag 5-speed manual transmission
* Our sale includes an original window sticker and original dealer paperwork
* Factory Ultimate Sound system / Optional 6-disc CD changer
* Electronically controlled independent suspension / All-wheel drive
* 4-wheel power steering / 4-wheel power disc brakes


In the early '90s, a new generation of car enthusiasts latched on to spectacular, technology-laden sports cars from the 'Big Five' Japanese automakers. The Dodge Stealth, a captive import from Mitsubishi, was one such offering. Because these global featherweights made no qualms about catering to enthusiasts, most have been thoroughly modified and whipped hard by three or four different owners. And, as any JDM diehard will tell you, finding a Stealth that hasn't seen more than its fair share of track days is becoming increasingly difficult. Well, until now… This 16,895-mile Stealth R/T Twin Turbo is an exceptional example of just that. Pampered and paraded its entire life, this Dodge is an impressive time capsule that'll transport you back to the days when stellar performance outshined raw horsepower!


By 1993, the Nagoya, Japan-built Stealth had become an established player in America's re-invigorated sports car market. Virtually every gearhead knew if you wanted to look cool, you bought an ES. If you wanted to look cool and go fast, you bought an R/T. And if you wanted to look cool, go fast and kick asphalt, you bought an R/T Twin Turbo. Averaging just under 768 miles per year since it rolled out of the showroom, this 1-owner MoPar has rarely seen anything other than sunshine and warm summer days. A quick check of the car's undercarriage and suspension reveals no evidence of rust or abuse. A quick check of its VIN certifies its body has never seen any major repairs. And a quick check of our pictures confirms its Pearl White paint, which happens to be 1 of only 228 coats issued for 1993 twin turbos, is both bright and glossy. That's right, even 22 years after it rolled out of the showroom this spry sports coupe is still a true head turner everywhere it goes!


In the early '90s, factory performance wars finally started heating up again. But this time, instead of Chevy, Ford and MoPar duking it out, the battle involved Japan's finest. Sure, the Viper made its debut, and the Corvette was still around, but those beasts were in a different league; and the price of admission to that league was pretty steep. So, the Japanese automakers identified a niche for affordable sports cars, and the fight commenced. This Dodge's Mitsubishi-designed, twin-turbo powertrain benefits from technology that was very advanced for its time. The core of that powertrain is a DOHC 24-valve 3.0-liter 6-cylinder which sports electronic fuel injection, aluminum heads, factory roller rockers and, of course, two turbochargers. Those turbos, intercooled via intakes incorporated into the front air dam, make the smooth mill good for 296 horsepower and 306 lb./ft. of torque. And, since all that horsepower and technological goodness could be had in a relatively light package for about half the price of Dodge's V10 flagship, it was generally viewed as wise economics. This Stealth's clean engine compartment is mostly original, save for a Matrix air cone, a polished DNP air tube, Accel Thundersport plug wires, a TurboXS blow off valve and a 3SX Performance spark plug cover. And, decked in striking red and black aesthetics, the engine is a serious looking piece that adds cool texture to the car's Pearl White paint.


Twin-turbo Stealths came standard with a 5-speed Getrag manual transmission feeding a full-time all-wheel drive system. That system's 45 front/55 rear power split gives the car catapult-like acceleration in any weather condition, while 4-wheel steering provides additional stability during high speed cornering. At low speeds, the car's electronics are completely transparent, almost entirely unnoticeable and almost exactly replicating normal two-wheel steering and normal front wheel drive. A dual-mode exhaust system opens the mufflers for more power at high engine speeds, giving the car an aggressive bark while maintaining a day-to-day rumble that won't wake the neighbors. The electronically controlled, variable-rate 4-wheel independent suspension does an excellent job tightening apexes or loosening tension. Stops come courtesy of 4-piston calipers, which squeeze 16-inch rotors up front and 15-inch rotors out back. Power is put to the pavement through optional chrome alloys, which spin 245/45ZR17 Goodyear Eagle ZR45s around pentastar shaped center caps. And overall, this Stealth is sure-footed, feels surprisingly fast, and is an absolute blast to drive!


The coupe's red and black cockpit, which presents a striking contrast to its glossy exterior, displays hardly any signs of wear. The 6-way power driver's seat keeps you as comfortable for quick jaunts as it does for long road trips; and the passenger and rear buckets don't appear to have been used for hardly anything at all. In front of the driver, a dramatic dash, which shows zero defects, is packed full of gauges and instruments that work exactly as they should. Aftermarket A-pillar gauges, automated climate control and a factory Ultimate Sound system mix feedback, comfort and entertainment. Between the aforementioned seats, a crack-free console anchors a black shifter on clean carpet that's protected by thick, “STEALTH” branded floor mats. At the sides of that carpet, factory door panels, which are typically faded and ballooned from heat, present as good as new. And when you open the car's hatch, you'll find a clean cargo area that's showroom fresh in virtually every way.


Here's a detailed breakdown of the car's original window sticker:


* -- Driver's side air bag and 3-point unibelts on all seats
* -- AWD that's fitted with hydraulic control 4-wheel steering
* -- Electronic variable damping suspension that's complete with Tour and Sport settings
* -- Performance-tuned 'dual-mode' exhaust system
* -- 17-inch styled aluminum wheels that are fitted with locks
* -- P245/45ZR17 Goodyear Gatorback black sidewall tires
* -- High-pressure mini spare and jack assembly
* -- Power-assisted disc brakes
* -- Integrated ABS
* -- Power-assisted rack-and-pinion sreering [sic]
* -- Tinted glass that's fitted with a timed rear window defroster
* -- Intermittent front and rear wipers that are complete with washers
* -- Automatic temperature control that features manual override
* -- Power windows, power door locks and a power driver's seat
* -- Electronic speed control
* -- Security alarm system that includes keyless entry
* -- Ultimate sound (AM/FM, cassette, 6-speaker, seek/scan, equalizer & steering controls)
* -- Premium sound insulation
* -- Tilt steering column
* -- Power heated outside mirrors
* -- Front fog lamps
* -- 19.8-gallon fuel tank
* -- Leather-wrapped sport steering wheel and hand brake
* -- Illuminated vanity mirrors
* -- Driver and passenger door assist grips
* -- Front floor mats

* -- Leather seats ($843)
* -- Customer Preferred Group ($903)
* ---- Sunroof
* ---- Trunk-mounted 6-disc CD changer
* -- Chrome wheels ($482)


SOLD THROUGH: Metrolina Dodge of Charlotte, North Carolina


* The aforementioned window sticker
* The car's original New Vehicle Preparation sheet
* An original Owner's Manual
* Original literature for the car's various accessories
* An original receipt for the car's first inspection

Whenever we post low mileage Japanese sports cars, they sell almost immediately. A whole generation of buyers grew up with these curve-carving coupes, and since they're becoming increasingly scarce, the good ones get snapped up as quickly as they hit the market. If you're a new-age enthusiast who likes to burn up the roads, few cars deliver the performance and luxury of Dodge's mighty Stealth R/T Twin Turbo. And with only 16,895 original miles, this MoPar will have you smiling every time you slide behind the wheel!

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$299.00 Dealer Administrative Charge is not included in advertised price. All prices and offers are before state, city and county tax, tag, title and license fees. Out of state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title/registration fees in the state that the vehicle will be registered. Dealer not responsible for errors and omissions; all offers subject to change without notice, please confirm listings with dealer.

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