Italian-American Stallion

Luxurious and extravagant, the 1963 Dual-Ghia L6.4 Coupe offered drivers an American drivetrain and Italian coachwork

The brainchild of Eugene Casaroll, the Italian-American hybrid known as the Dual-Ghia was largely based on the Ghia-designed Chrysler Firearrow, a concept car for which he acquired the production rights. Luxurious and extravagant, it had the longest production line in the world—from Detroit to Milan and back—as it utilized an American drivetrain and Italian coachwork.

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