The car has features to numerous to be mentioned. Here are some of the mods: Replaced 3.0 L engine with 3.5L Montero Engine which has been 0.050 over and is now a 3.7L engine, 3sx forged pistons, billet rods, 650 CC injectors, AEM Series 2 Engine Management System, changed intake air configuration to blow through design, upgraded turbos to 19T billet turbos, all turbo lines replaced with aluminum tubes and rubber hose, upgraded larger intercooler, all pre-cats and cats removed, stainless headers, SS down pipes, and SS exhaust (dual), fuel lab fuel pressure regulator and large fuel filter, denso fuel pump, upgraded fuel pump wiring, rebuilt heads, heads include titanium retainers and beehive springs, Brian Cower cams (268 degrees), Fidanza aluminum flywheel, 3sx aluminum main pulley, 12VDC electrical supplemental oil system (custom design), transmission had stage 3 rebuild by Jacks Transmission, 3sx 3+ clutch, driveshaft is 1 piece carbon fiber, 4 new electric struts, replaced all front suspension bushings, replaced all 4 tires only 500 miles on them, new coils and 8mm plug wires, upgraded PVC system, and so many others that I did not write down. The car will come with a car cover, 2 new drilled and slotted rear rotors (the front are already installed), new bushings for rear suspension, new sensors for the serial gauges: oil press, oil temp, air press, speed bleeders for the brakes, carbon fiber vinyl for hood, and a Nitrous system with a 10 lb bottle. As you can see this car is no longer a Dodge Stealth it is a Race car in the making. In fact when it last ran properly it put around 402 hp to the ground. The car was originally designed with 600 to the ground in mind, so if you can get it running achieving more than 402HP isn't out of the realm of possibility. However bigger injectors might be required. When the project is complete you will have a strong race car for cheap considering the car has around 30k in upgrade parts alone. I have invested over $50000 including the work performed by professional mechanics. Realize that this is a project, and has its issues but the times it has run it has been a blast. For more on the cars condition please see above condition list.

“The current status on the car is that it runs, but it currently runs slightly rich. It will need a driveability tune and then a proper engine tune on a Dyno to unlock all the power. The car will also need a good bit of work on the paint as can be seen in the photos, and the interior is in need of being replaced and the A-pillar inside has come loose. The Stage 3 Jacks Transmission rebuild grinds going into 3rd gear, but it doesn't seem to be a huge issue as long as you do not force it in. There are also metal shavings in the oil pan, however the engine has been recently rebuilt with only 200 miles on it. Depending on who you ask that could bad or just a symptom of a rebuild. There is also a minor leak around supplemental oil system hose connections, damaged left front fender, AC system needs to be recharged (is all new components), windshield wipers are slow, and turbo boost gauge does not work with series 2 ems. If you buy this car just be aware that you are buying it as is.”
Year: 1994 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): JB3AN74K6RY038679
Mileage: 68903 Transmission: Manual
Make: Dodge Body Type: Coupe
Model: Stealth Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: 3.5L Montero Engine Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: AWD Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Cassette Player, CD Player
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag Sub Model: TT AWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats Exterior Color: Blue
Fuel Type: Gasoline Interior Color: Gray
For Sale By: Private Seller Number of Cylinders: 6