Built in the early ’50s by Ghia of Turin, Italy, and designed by Chrysler’s well-known chief designer Virgil Exner, the 1954 Firearrow IV was one of four concept or dream cars created to make its mark on automotive history. It did. Powered by the legendary Hemi engine and also known as the Firebomb, the Italian-styled red convertible boasts a black and white diamond interior, seats up to four people, and has a price tag of over $1 million. Unfortunately, Chrysler did not proceed with its production, but had it been in existence today, the striking sports car would have rivalled the likes of the Corvette and other highly respected European vehicles.
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