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The Plymouth Prowler was Chrysler's ode to the hot rods of the 1930s.

It's fast. It's stylish. And it's 'the weirdest car of the 1990s,' partly because the car shares so many parts with other Chrysler vehicles, auto reviewer Doug DeMuro says.

But what's it like to drive? DeMuro takes a barely-driven 1999 Prowler out for a spin to find out.

See more of DeMuro's work at AutoTrader.com/oversteer.

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