MotorWeek | Retro Review: '94 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR 4

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  1. The 90's was a special time like no other in Automotive history with some decent tech & didn't have the emissions regs and less restrictions which is why we have masterpieces like this, the McLaren F1, Jaguar XJ220, Ferrari Testarossa, F50, Supra, Skyline, Mazda Cosmo, 300zx etc Change my mind…

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  2. Twenty five years later and Mitsubishi’s most powerful vehicle for sale in the US has about half as much power and ZERO of the appeal.

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  3. My uncle offered to sell me his same-year 3000GT for what I thought was a good deal. However, it wasn't my style, so I declined. No regrets, as my Studebaker's really awesome, but that I can see why certain people like these Japanese GTs so much.

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  4. Mitsubishi made good cars such as the Eclipse, Galant, 3000GT, & Lancer (including the EVO). What the hell happened to them?!!!! They ain't got nothing in their lineup now, & it's surprising they're still in the USA.

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  5. Thing thing was one of the hottest sports cars back in the day. I remembered dreaming of one in high school. $40k was a ton of money back then. My new 2020 Camaro LT1 w/ a 455hp 6.2L V8 has a lower MSRP than this did 26 years ago. That's nuts! Also, Mitsubishi really needs to come out with an all-new 3000GT and Eclispe coupe/convertible. It would really boost their brand.

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