Yes, the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant has two lines - from 97-2002, one was Prowlers and one was Vipers. When they discontinued the prowler in February 2002, both lines were used to double the Viper production.hattrick203 said:made in detroit!! :thumb:
It sounds like you must have been doing something with that hemp other than sitting on it.HybridArchitect said:Time to rejuvenate that Plymouth Prowler... drive it to Duke's Garage in Denver and let the lads convert it into a lithium battery powered direct drive vehicle.
A an Earth-friendly classic complete with hemp seats.
Just how heavy is the Prowler? I thought that they were kind of porky for a two seater. Not what you want for a battery powered car per se, imo.HybridArchitect said:Time to rejuvenate that Plymouth Prowler... drive it to Duke's Garage in Denver and let the lads convert it into a lithium battery powered direct drive vehicle.
As they always say at Duke's Garage:
"Cars with a history... and a future."
Check out the conversion of a 1965 Mustang convertible into an "Electric Pony" - an Earth-friendly classic complete with recycled foam filled hemp seats.
6,831 of them slightly larger than AA's (like the type in laptop computers)jonas1022 said:
That's alot of AA batteries![/quote]prowler said:2775 pounds.
Note that on the Tesla Roadster, the batteries are over 900 pounds, 1/3 the weight of the car
and how is that relevant to this misguided thread that you hijacked? (or, WHAT EXACTLY HAVE YOU BEEN DOING WITH THAT HEMP?)HybridArchitect said: