Ultra-rare Dodge concept cars go on the block at Barrett-Jackson
This January's Barrett-Jackson Collector Car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, will follow up last year's Detroit concept car theme with this pair of Dodge "Firearrow" concepts - the only convertible versions in the world.
A series of Firearrows was produced in 1953 and 1954, under the supervison of Virgil Exner. The two Firearrows shown were built by Ghia on a standard Dodge chassis. Both are from the collection of Sam and Emily Mann, who have shown the cars regularly on the concours circuit. The red convertible's design was licensed to Dual Motors, who partnered with Ghia to produce the Dual Ghia in the late '50s.
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