This May Be One Of Your Last Chances To Get Behind The Wheel Of An Original Mitsubishi 3000GT

John Puckett
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This is an incredibly rare opportunity!

Mitsubishi’s 3000GT took the 1990s import car community by storm but such as the case with most cars of the era, with the exception of the higher-end variants, the power output felt strong but left the driver wanting more. This led to many naturally-aspirated examples being modified from their original specs, making original cars extremely rare and hard to find today.

Powering the sporty front-wheel-drive Japanese car is a powerful and efficient 3.0-liter engine making over 200-horsepower, though a turbocharged variant making over 300-horsepower was optionally available. Automatic and manual transmission options consisted of a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. It was available as a hardtop convertible “Spyder” body style but most were hatchback coupes. In 1994, the model was redesigned with a well-received facelift that included a new front end, projector-beam headlights, and smoother body-lines.

Available at Raleigh Classic Car Auctions upcoming auction is this 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT with just 12,000 actual miles on the clock. This two owner example is one of just 9,149 produced in 1995 and may be one of the last low-mileage examples that is still 100-percent original. Under the hood is a naturally-aspirated 3.0-litre V6 engine paired with an automatic transmission. Its original Glacier White Pearl paint, black interior, and 16 inch chrome wheels all appear to be in original factory condition. Included with the car is its original owner's manual, books and a clean CarFax report. This is an incredible opportunity to add one of these incredible Japanese cars to your collection. For more information on this car or others, or to learn about consigning your car head on over to the ad now.

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