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2002 Chrysler Prowler on 2040-cars

US $10,640.00
Year:2002 Mileage:54400 Color: Burgundy

Arriba, Colorado, United States

Arriba, Colorado, United States

3.5L High-Output SOHC 24-valve aluminum V6. Miles per Gallon: 18 City, 23 Highway Horsepower: 253 Stock at 6,400
RPM, 255 pound-feet of torque at 3,950 RPM. Fuel Delivery - Sequential multipoint electronic fuel injection. Dual
throttle bodies induction, special exhaust. 90 amp alternator.
It has an aluminum block with a forged steel crank bedded in the four main bearings. It's been dressed-up, and
spiced up -- a less restrictive air cleaner, cast stainless steel exhaust manifolds that make tube-type headers
look primitive, and EFI linear cam throttle body for surprisingly quick, crisp response, so stay awake.
Auto Stick(r) feature of the four-speed electronically controlled automatic transaxle
Rear-mounted 4-speed electronically controlled auto transaxle with cooling radiator and Autostick Slapstick
The final drive ratio is 3.89; individual gears are: First gear 2.842, 2nd.1.573, 3rd. 1.000, and 4th. 0.689
Front Head Room: 37.0
Front Hip Room: 51.2
Front Shoulder Room: 52.0
Front Leg Room: 43.0
Luggage Capacity: 2
Maximum Seating: 2
Length: 165.0
Width: 76.0
Height: 51.0
Wheelbase: 113.0
Ground Clearance: 4.5
Air Bags: Air bags, driver-side integral with steering wheel; Passenger-side (with on/off switch)- Located in the
dash instrument panel. Air bags are certified to the new Federal Regulations that allow less forceful air bags.
Air Conditioning: Climate Control System, CFC-free refrigerant with outlets located in the instrument panel,
Antenna: Windshield Integral
Brakes: 4-wheel power disc brakes, vented with highlighted calipers, Anti-Lock Braking system
Bumpers: Contrasting front and rear
Console: Center with armrest, cassette storage and cup holder
Convertible Top: Manual, cloth top (Black)
Cruise Control: Electronic control
Deck Lid Release: Remote
Defroster, Rear Window: Electric

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Marchionne completed Fiat-Chrysler deal from a Florida beach

Fri, 03 Jan 2014 13:01:00 EST

Sergio Marchionne is the CEO of Fiat, which as you may have heard, has finally worked up a deal to finish acquiring the Chrysler Group after months of bargaining with the United Auto Workers and its VEBA healthcare trust, which owned just over 40 percent of the American brand. Where was Marchionne when the deal was finally hammered out? Well, not tucked away in a frigid Detroit board room until the wee hours of the morning.
Nope, one of the largest deals in automotive history was reportedly hammered out on the beach - at the home of a banker, in the Florida resort town of Vero Beach. Marchionne traveled to the home of Alain Lebec, a senior managing director at Brock Capital LLC, one of the advisory companies for the VEBA fund, where both sides met to make final arrangements in the $4.35-billion exchange. The location of the final deal, though, is nearly as remarkable as the pace with which it came about.
According to anonymous sources pinned down by Automotive News Europe, before the meeting, the two sides were meeting in Detroit as recently as December 19, which is where Fiat made one of its final revised offers. Naturally, the VEBA made a counter offer, which led Marchionne to initiate the Vero Beach meeting.

Chrysler files for IPO

Tue, 24 Sep 2013 07:59:00 EST

Chrysler has had a lot of owners over the past few years alone, from Daimler to Cerberus to Fiat and the federal government. But it could be poised to gain some more before long. Like, a lot more.
The automaker has just announced that it has filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to issue an Initial Public Offering of common stocks. Chrysler hasn't revealed how many shares will be offered and at what price, however the shares in question will not come out of Fiat's approximate 60% majority shareholding but instead out of the 40% minority stock held by the UAW's VEBA retiree healthcare trust. Reports suggest that the IPO, which is being handled by JP Morgan, could encompass approximately 16% of Chrysler stock, initially valued at approximately $100 million.
Lest you think this is all part of Sergio Marchionne's grand plan to consolidate Chrysler and Fiat, the two auto groups over which he presides, think again. The filing, which still needs to be approved by the SEC, comes at the insistence of the UAW. Negotiations between Marchionne's management team and the union over Fiat's acquisition of the VEBA shares have stalled. If they manage to come to an agreement, however, the IPO would likely be taken off the table. So don't go calling your broker just yet, but you can analyze the official announcement below.

Fiat Chrysler posts $690M Q1 loss

Mon, 12 May 2014 14:30:00 EST

If there is one thing that should be remembered when looking at quarterly and annual earnings, it's that the headline numbers rarely tell the whole story when it comes to an automaker's health. Chrysler's first-quarter earnings are just such an example.
Yes, the Auburn Hills-based manufacturer lost $690 million, which is quite a large sum of money. The reasons for the loss, according to Chrysler, were "Unfavorable infrequent items," which includes a $504 million payment to rid itself of the debts it took on for prepaying the UAW's VEBA healthcare trust. Chrysler was also hit with a $672 million charge to the UAW, which was part of a deal that allowed Fiat to purchase the remaining shares of Chrysler owned by the VEBA.
Ignoring those one-time deals, the first quarter was quite a successful one for Chrysler. It would have made $486 million if you erased the merger costs, which would have been a year-over-year increase of $320 million. Even more promising is the fact that Chrysler snagged the largest increase in market share of any automaker during Q1 at 1.1 percent, bringing its overall share to 12.7 percent of the US market. Chrysler saw a 30-percent improvement in sales of trucks and SUVs, along with an 11-percent increase in year-over-year sales and a 23-percent increase in revenue, to $19 billion.