21st Dec 2002, 19:40

The Stealth is an awesome car. Unfortunately you just abused it to no end. reckless driving and NOS, which the company didn't intend for you to use anyway, is not the fault of the car, its the fault of the driver.

12th Jan 2003, 04:59

The 3000gt and the Stealth are the same car. They were all produced by Mitsubishi (not aided by Dodge). Learn more about your car before you start giving advice.

22nd May 2003, 09:40

Just curious, how did the Thunderbird get broken down?

12th Jun 2003, 17:24

As far as I know they stealth only comes with a V6 and I think it's a great car. :-)

6th Sep 2003, 16:43

I have a 93 Stealth SOHC V6 totally standard stock no mods. Regular maint. is all this car requires. If you treat her great she will treat you great. 120K miles and purring like a kitten! Would buy another Stealth in a heartbeat. Handles terrific even in NYC's traffic and the crappiest roads imaginable. Last year handled terrific through one of our 3 foot blizzards by our mtn house in one of the Nor'easters last year. The car handled the road better than our 4x4! Highly recommended car for those that know how to treat a car with the respect it deserves!

21st Oct 2004, 16:57

I've recently acquired a '92 Stealth RT. It still gets looks from trashy women and is a pleasure to zip around in. I know the previous owner and he's not exactly a mechanic so it's a wonder he's never had a problem with it. All I know is that it has performed flawlessly for me for over a year and won me a few respectful brakings by the opposition.

26th Nov 2005, 17:40

I am currently on my third Stealth The first was a dark green 1993 Base model with SOHC engine. The second a 1993 Firestorm Red ES which had a DOHC and a lot more punch. My present car is a 1994 silver R/T Luxury. The "Luxury" version was only made in 1994 and not many were produced. Only about 60 silver Luxury models were made.

I bought all three cars used and with low mileage and racked up many miles on all.

They are fantastic cars!!! Relatively inexpensive to buy, and with proper maintenance can provide many thrills and draw lots of stares. I've used all three as daily drivers all year round.

29th Aug 2007, 14:54

Who the hell puts NOS in an automatic anyway? and wants to "street race" in it?

27th Jul 2010, 22:30

Street racing an automatic stealth? C'mon, I have a 92 Stealth R/T 5 speed and love driving it, but in a street race my 95 Tbird SC would kill it! Maybe you should think about what you want to use your car for before you buy your next one. If you want a race car, buy a race car, but if you want a fun car that handles like a go cart and is a lot of fun to drive, get another Stealth.