Oldsmobile Golden Rocket

In the mid-Fifties, Oldsmobile’s image looked decidedly dowdy. The Golden Rocket would fix that. As a ‘dream car’ concept, it was never destined for the open road. Its purpose was to fire up Oldsmobile’s creative …

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Dodge Firearrow

The Dodge Firearrow was an American-Italian collaboration. Coachbuilders Carrozzeria Ghia – based in Turin – finessed the fine details. Their craftsmanship was second to none. Resplendent in red – and sporting a polished metal belt-line …

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Chrysler K-310

The K-310 was a Chrysler/Ghia collaboration. It was facilitated by Fiat. The firm had approached Chrysler – with a view to the American giant helping streamline its manufacturing process. Chrysler immediately spotted a symbiotic relationship. …

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Alfa Romeo BAT 7

The Alfa Romeo BAT 7 was a concept car out of the house of Bertone – an Italian coach-building firm, par excellence. The BAT 7 was the work of the young Franco Scaglione – a …

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