When Chrysler opted out of putting its striking Dodge Firearrow show cars into production, Detroit trucking magnate Eugene Casaroll purchased the rights to the
By 1957, his Dual Motors, named for the twin-engine trucks that the factory once produced, had a modified version of the Firearrow in production. It was
known as the Dual-Ghia, and it featured an unbeatable combination of reliable Motor City-bred Dodge V-8 power and gorgeous hand-formed bodywork by Italian
coachbuilders Ghia, of Turin.
Casaroll personally hand-chose his customers from a list of clamoring applicants. Frank Sinatra, who was the brightest of all stars at the time, was a natural choice.
as were his friends Peter Lawford and Eddie Fisher.
It was this one-upmanship that led legendary Hollywood columnist Dorothy Kilgallen to wisecrack that a Rolls-Royce was the "status symbol for those who can't get a Ghia." Presumably, there were a lot of Rolls-Royces delivered in the late 1950s, but only about 117 total Dual-Ghia were produced between 1965 a 1967.
This example has undergone a body-off, full restoration. Restoring it to an "as new condition".
Accompanied by a full set of hand-made custom luggage, emblazoned with the Dual-Ghia logo. Encompassing a picnic set for two, single mind drink barware.
As a single gesture of Bon Ami, the current owner has included in this spectacular offering a beautiful, single malted, 30-year-old bottle of premium Scotch. For the next like-minded individual.
VIN / Chassis #: 160
Price: $610,000.00 USD