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Hello, I have for sale a 1995 Mitsubishi 3000 GT that is a one owner car. It was purchased in 1995 and we have all
the original paper work including the window sticker. The car has been driven very little thus it only has 11, 142
miles on it. The car is in like new condition. The protective bra was installed to protect the front end from
chips. The paint and finish are just like it was when it left the dealer in 1995. The interior smells like a new
car. This is truly a time capsule in every way. Below is some information about the 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT
Second generation models are identified by a revised front bumper . The caps on the hood were
replaced with integrated blisters, and the side air vents and rear bumpers were modified. The interior was
redesigned with dual air bags, a new audio system, and revised air conditioning refrigerant. The engines in the
twin-turbo models received a slight boost in torque from 307 lb·ft (416 N·m) to 315 lb·ft (427 N·m).
With the all wheel drive advantage, blasting the 1/4 mile at 107 mph in 13.0 seconds.
To complement this, the VR-4 now included a six-speed Getrag Bigger wheel/tire combinations were provided beginning in
1995. The base and SL model received 16" wheels in silver or chrome with 225/55 tires, while the VR4 now had 18"
chrome wheels with 245/40 tires (the Spyder had the standard 17" with higher profile tires from 1994 to handle the
additional 400 lb (180 kg)).
As the price of the cars increased, many of the "gadgets" on the car were discontinued. The tunable exhaust was
phased out after model year 1994, the ECS disappeared after the 1995 model year, and the active aerodynamics
disappeared after 1996. Finally, Chrysler ceased sales of the Dodge Stealth captive import, and for the remainder
of its life only Mitsubishi-badged versions were available.
Mitsubishi had produced a number of limited edition 3000GT VR4 convertibles. The rare special edition was known as
the Spyder VR4. Only 877 were imported to America. When the Spyder was released, it never reached the European and
Japanese market. The United States had their own version of the VR4. These cars were modified to be convertibles in
the United States by ASC Corporation. The U.S and the Mitsubishi factories worked with another company to convert
the 3000GTs into a hard-top convertible.The Spyder was one of very few hard-tops to release in the United States.
The Spyder was released in 1995 and ended production in 1996. In 1995 Mitsubishi's 3000GT Spyder was available in 4
different combinations: carson red w/ grey leather interior, sable black w/ ivory leather interior, glacier white
pearl w/ grey, and martinique yellow pearl w/ ivory leather interior. In 1996 the 3000GT Spyder was available in
four different options: caracas red w/tan interior, solano black pearl w/ tan leather, glacier white pearl w/ tan
leather interior, and pamana green pearl w/ tan leather. Its many unique color options, and hard-top convertible
gave the vehicle a unique history, and created a cosmetic impact in the auto industry. While the cosmetics of the
Spyder VR4 made it unique, its framework differed. The Spyder’s frame and bodywork was similar to their brothers,
the 3000GT SL and VR4 models. The Spyder model had its disadvantages over the VR4 and SL, due to heavy brackets
under the body. The extra weight under the body interfered with the handling. Due to slow sales of these vehicles,
Mitsubishi decided to discontinue the 3000GT VR4 Spyder. The SL Spyder's were only available in an automatic
transmission where the VR4 Spyder was only available in a 6 speed manual.
Japan's automotive design is usually driven by the pursuit of efficiency, agility and lightness. At the same time,
however, there's a definite obsession with technology: making everything electronic, inventing neat new gadgets and
generally providing complex answers to simple questions. For a perfect example of the latter philosophy, look no
further than the Mitsubishi 3000GT.