All the ingredients were there, and yet the end results simply didn’t add up.
Nobody really ever sticks up for cars like the last Ford Thunderbird, the Chevrolet SSR, or the Plymouth Prowler. But OppositeLock's Jarod Rose argues that they have more merits than you might think.
For everything that is right about the Plymouth Prowler, there are about 13 more things that are wrong. Just don't tell that to MotorWeek.
During our Hennessey Performance HQ tour there were three vehicles that caught our eye, all non-Vipers and all for foreign customers. The first was a Grand Cherokee that I mistakenly took to be Hennesey's personal Grand Cherokee SRT600, but it had Mexican plates. It turns out the owner wanted his Cherokee to be able…