1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 For Sale $1000000000 One Billion Dollars 1998 Mitsubishi GTO-MR For Sale Billion Dollars VIN ja3an74k4wy000845 is the RAREST Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 in the world.
Vin number JA3AN74K4WY000845 is an Incredibly Rare car from the 1990's Japanese Halo Car days, its Class of Vehicles were the likes of the Toyota Supra Turbo, the Mazda RX-7 Turbo, the Acura NSX, the Nissan Skyline GTR R33, the Nissan 300ZX Turbo and the Dodge Stealth R/T TT (cousin to the 3000GT).
DSM HERITAGE, the Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 is known as the Mitsubishi GTO-MR in Japan and the rest of the world. DSM stands for Diamond Star Motors a Partnership between Mitsubishi and Chrysler in which Chrysler supplied Financing to Mitsubishi and Mitsubishi Researched, Developed and Produced the "Cousin" Automobiles Mitsubishi 3000GT and the Dodge STEALTH in NAGOYA, JAPAN. Diamond Star Motors Includes the Production of the Mitsubishi Starion and Chrysler Conquest, the Plymouth Laster, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon, 3000GT and Dodge Stealth.
Other than the Acura NSX, the Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 was the most Expensive Japanese Halo Car of the 1990's with an MSRP over $45,669. The Toyota Supra Turbo MSRP was $40,500 and the Mazda RX-7 MSRP was $38,000 making the RX-7 the Cheapest of the Class to purchase new. In 1998 and 1999 Mitsubishi Dealerships Marked Up the Vehicle Charging up to $50,000 to obtain a Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4. Even without the Dealer Added Mark Up, The Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4s $45,669 Base MSRP was more expensive than a 1998 Chevrolet Corvette and the Mitsubishi would Prove to be a Winning Lottery Ticket.
The 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 has LASER CUT GLASS W/ VIN of the Vehicle. This Green 1998 Proves the 1998 VR-4s have Laser Cut Glass while the 1999 VR-4s DO NOT.
The 1998 Mitsubishi was one of the Rarest cars produced within it's Class. The 1998 Model Year has an Estimated Production run of 220-231 Total VINS. Unlike it's last year 1999 VR-4 Counter part, that produced 287 Total VINS, the 1998 VR-4 does NOT have a wikipedia page or a VIN Registry. Without the additional VIN Registry and Wikipedia Page and not being the "last year" at the time, translated into further abuse an neglect of the 1998. Because the 1997 and 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT Body Style is the Same, also led to Furhter neglect, at the time in favor for the "newer" 1999 look with the different front bumper and combat rear spoiler (that flops around in the air over 120mph) But hey, it still looks cool! Proof of this abandonment and disregard for the 1998 even though it is the Rarest is in this youtube video by Tarvarish.
Tavarish tries to say first that the 1999 is Rarer even though he knows better, and corrects himself on purpose (Nice TRY) "But the 1998 looked like the 1997 so..." - Tavarish - 2018 even 20 years later the 1998 remained unappreciated. That's why there are LESS than TWENTY LEFT IN THE WORLD... Because of Ignorance and Disrespect.
What if 1998 was a special year for you like Mark Mcguire and Sammy Sosa?
Mark Cuban became a Billionaire in 1998, with his BROADCAST.COM IPO and sale to Yahoo!
What if you were born in 1998 ?
What if you're a Purest and you want the Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 in it's RAREST Form?
The Fanboy's Clamor to the 1999 VR-4 because it's last year even though it's NOT the Rarest and they don't know any better, and even if they do, like Tavarish, THEY ARE IN DENIAL DOWNPLAYING the Rarety and Significance of the 1998. The 1998 VR-4 is a Connoisseurs car.
It's a #'s Game and in 2018 20 years later, the 220-231 Total Production number is an Estimated 20 Total VINS in Existence (in all varying conditions), where as the 1999 VR-4 still has 200-220 VINS of the 287 meaning the 1999 VR-4 has a Strong Survivor Rate. This means that enthusiasts still have a Slim chance to acquire a 1999 VR-4. Due to the 1998 VR-4s Low Production Rate and Poor Survivor Rate, the 1998 VR-4 is AT LEAST 10X RARER with only 20 Estimated VINS and is only getting Rarer. Chances of obtaining a genuine 1998 VR-4 with all Matching VINS, Manuals, and Window Sticker are almost 0.00%.
Doug DeMuro... Dougy, Dougy, Dougy... Reads off of Wikipedia at best and can't get even basic facts correct! Doug DeMuro Ignorantly states the 1999 VR-4 is the Rarest, and Never Mentions this car is a Diamond Star Motors Creation by Mitsubishi and Chrysler partnership!
Doug DeMuro just has RICH Friends and Access, and Doug DeMuro can't even read Wikipedia in this case...
1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 VIN Registry
Now for the 1998's Page... There's a Page with NO Information!https://www.3swiki.org/Category:1998
A Wikipedia page with NO Information!
The 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 wikipedia page doesn't even have a Photo!
There is NO VIN Registry!
PROOF the 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 was DISCARDED by everyone, even by the Forums.
The 1998 is so RARE it's in a League of it's own.
It's performance Statistics rate the 3.0L DOHC V-6 at a Strong 320HP which turns out a 0-60MPH in 4.5 seconds and a quarter mile of 12.9 seconds @ 104MPH. That is Serious Speed for "1994" Technology. And BTW the 1998 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 was Faster than the Nissan Skyline GTR R33 and Nissan Skyline GTR R34 in a straight line stock for stock according to Manufacturers. Notice the Times are these Quarter Mile Runs? If that's the case, that means the Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 with a Professional Drive could Attain 12.9 second quarter mile run!
At Autotra.de we are HUGE Fans of the Nissan Skyline GTR and its new R35, so we are not trying to take anything away from "Godzilla". The Truth is the Nissan Skyline GTR is NOT RARE, just like the Chevrolet Corvette, the Nissan GTR is a LEGACY CAR that has been produced for 50+ years just like the Chevrolet Corvette. Everyone in the U.S.A. thinks the GTR is RARE only because no Left Hand Drive Models were Converted by Nissan and Nissan failed to Crash Test Rate the Vehicle for US sales. It sounds like Nissan was not concerned or interested to sell the US market in the 1980's, 1990's and early 2000's.
So is this Billion Dollar Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 for Sale? Yes and No. We have communication with the owner, it would require at least $1,000,000,000.00 in cash in person to negotiate the sale, and we aren't sure the Owner will ever willingly part ways with it... Can you blame them ?