Documented 9,922 Actual Mile Stealth 3.0L EFI V6 4 Speed Automatic Survivor

Price: US $3,566.00 Item location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Stealth
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Base Hatchback 2-Door
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1991
  • Mileage: 9922
  • VIN: JB3XD44S1MY007117
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 3.0 Liter V6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1991 Dodge Stealth


9,922-mile survivor
3.0 liter SOHC V6
4-speed automatic transmission
Sale includes original dealer paperwork
Sale includes original state inspection and registration
Factory power steering
4-wheel power disc brakes
Dealer-installed cassette player
Dealer-installed spoiler

In the early '90s, new generation of car enthusiasts latched on to spectacular, echnology-laden sports cars from the 'Big Five' Japanese automakers. The Dodge Stealth, captive import from Mitsubishi, as one such offering. Because these global featherweights made no qualms about catering to enthusiasts, ost have been thoroughly modified and whipped hard by three or four different owners. And, s any JDM diehard will tell you, inding a Stealth that hasn't seen more than its fair share of track days is becoming increasingly difficult. Well, ntil now... This 9,922-mile coupe is an exceptional example of just that. Pampered and paraded its entire life, his Dodge is an impressive time capsule that'll transport you back to the days when stellar performance outshined raw horsepower!


The inaugural year of the Stealth, he 1991 model, as key in establishing Dodge as a major player in America's re-invigorated sports car market. Averaging just under 414 miles per year since rolling out of the showroom, his impressive MoPar appears to have 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 dealer-installed spoiler and original Sable Black paint are both clean and appropriate.


In the early '90s, actory performance wars finally started heating up again. But this time, nstead of Chevy, ord and MoPar duking it out, he battle involved Japan's finest. Sure, he Viper made its debut, nd the Corvette was still around, ut those beasts were in a different league; and the price of admission to that league was steep. So, he Japanese automakers identified a niche for affordable sports cars, nd the fight commenced. Lift this coupe's smooth hood and you'll find a 3.0 liter, aturally aspirated V6 that spins 160 horsepower into a modest 184 lb./ft. of torque. What that means is you get sparkling performance, ood reliability and some pretty docile street manners in a package that's ripe for tuning. Or, etter yet, aybe you leave it as is and establish a reference-grade gem for fellow Stealth enthusiasts who, ventually, ill undoubtedly want to restore their well-worn classics. Aesthetically, he engine compartment in this Dodge appears to be 100% factory spec in every way. And, ecked mostly in black, t's a serious looking piece with just a hint of color that adds both texture and contrast.


The low-mileage engine is bolted to a 4-speed automatic transmission that couples firm shifts to good fuel economy. That relaxed drivetrain spins the car's front wheels using a sophisticated suspension setup that virtually eliminates torque steer. Vented disc brakes live at all four corners. And the original exhaust has a raspy snarl that's extremely sporting, specially from outside the cockpit. Everything rolls on old school alloys that have been wrapped in 205/65R15 Goodyear Eagle GT+4s. And, s expected, verything under the car appears to be true to factory form.


This coupe's jet-inspired cockpit, hich presents a striking contrast to its extroverted exterior, isplays hardly any signs of wear. The power-adjustable 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 anything at all. In front of the driver, dramatic black dash, hich shows zero defects, s packed full of gauges and instruments that work exactly as they should. At the center of that dash, actory climate control hangs above a dealer-installed cassette player. Between the aforementioned seats, crack-free console props a black shifter on clean carpet that's protected by thick, STEALTH" branded floor mats. At the sides of that carpet, actory door panels, hich are typically faded and ballooned from heat, resent as good as new. And when you open the car's hatch, ou'll find a clean cargo hold that's showroom fresh in virtually every way.


A vintage marketing brochure
An original Owner's Manual
Original warranty information
The car's original Purchase Order
The car's original Invoice
The car's original New Vehicle Preparation list
An Odometer Disclosure Statement that dates to December of 1990
A dealer invoice documenting the addition of a cassette player and rear spoiler
The car's original Maryland Motor Vehicle Inspection Report
The car's original Maryland Temporary Registration
Two keys and a cigarette lighter

Whenever we post low-mileage Japanese sports cars, hey sell almost immediately. A whole generation of buyers grew up with these curve-carving coupes, nd since they're becoming increasingly scarce, he 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, ew cars deliver the performance and luxury of Dodge's mighty Stealth. And with only 9,922 original miles, his MoPar will have you smiling every time you slide behind the wheel!