Spyker, Koenigsegg, Bugatti, Pagani and Mosler. Boutique car companies who have made names for themselves selling rare icons of automotive performance to the public. Today these companies are fairly well known, but in the beginning they were little more than brief mentions in the automotive rags of the day. Mosler is one such company, and this 1990 Molser Consulier Targa that currently resides on eBay is one of the cars that helped put them on the map. Oddly enough, when you read the spec sheet on the Consulier Targa, performance is the last thing that comes to mind. For instance, the engine was a 2.2-liter Turbo II Chrysler engine. It was the same one that powered K-cars, Minivans, and the Dodge Daytona’s of the day. Power was estimated at around 200 hp, with a 0-60 time of 5 seconds. The big news however was that Consulier was offering $25,000 to any regular production car who could beat their cars around a race track.
The one you see here has just 11,288 miles on the clock, has never been titled, and is one of 100 units built from 1985-1993. That means this is one very rare car. Click through to check out more pics and a video, or click on the link below to go directly to the ad.