The last and Chrysler Prowler ever built -- complete with a time capsule that contains rare Prowler memorabilia including signed, original styling sketches and other Prowler items -- was auctioned at Christie's Auction House in Manhattan, N.Y. on May 18, 2002 for $175,000. The DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, the company's philanthropic arm, donated the 2002- model-year Prowler to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) for purposes of the auction. The NMSS will receive all proceeds from the auction of the Prowler. The final "Conner Avenue Edition" Prowler was built at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit on Feb. 15, 2002. In addition to being the first and only Prowler with High-Voltage Blue exterior body paint, other features include: A Mopar luggage trailer and hitch in the same High-Voltage Blue paint; signatures of the Prowler Team on the undercarriage; a blue "Stayfast" soft top by Hartz; and a bright anodized frame.