If obscure, rare 1990s supercars are your thing, boy do we have the car for you. It's a Mosler Consulier—but it's not just any Consulier. This car is a Consulier GTP-SP, also known as the Consulier Sport. Just two were ever built, and this one . You should buy it.
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According to this car's listing, it was the last Consulier ever built by Mosler before the company began building Intruders. The GTP-SP is basically a race car with license plates, equipped with a full SCCA-compliant roll cage, an on-board fire-suppression system, an adjustable suspension with remote reservoirs, an external electrical kill switch, six-point harnesses, a removable race exhaust, a brake-bias controller, and a race alignment. Though it sports things like plexi-glass windows for lightness, it's equipped with comfort features like a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, power mirrors, and power door locks. All in, the car weighs 1880 pounds wet, which is nearly half a ton lighter than a Subaru BRZ.
The engine is one of the main highlights—it's a special-order Shelby-tuned Dodge 2.2-liter turbocharged 16-valve inline-four, putting out around 230 horsepower. It gets power to the wheels via a five-speed manual transaxle. Despite being over 26 years old, the car has just 5585 miles on the odometer. It's also worth mentioning the paint—it's a super-cool two-tone blue and purple design with the "Consulier" name printed on the quarter panels.
Here comes the bad part: The price. The car's . That's a lot of money for an obscure, strange-looking sports car without A/C—but considering this thing's rarity, we bet there's at least one person out there willing to shell out the cash.