Of the many Chrysler and Ghia cooperations of the 1950s, the 1956 Dart was arguably the superior. This concept was made on the bodies of a 1956 Chrysler 300 and was originally named the Dart, featuring a debased, solid, crosswise opening made in chromium that moved all the route down its cleanable, plain body regions. With its creaseless body and inset wheels, the Dart concept was extremely aerodynamic, so enormous fins were used for steadiness as well as style.
It originally featured a ruse, if fallible, retractile hardtop that glided back in three positions sunroof, landau and fully disowned, but in 1957 it was moved back to Ghia, where the clarify roof was exchanged for a more conventional ragtop and the stabilizers were groomed down to more relatable quotients. Thus supplied and renamed the Dart Diablo, the nearly 21-foot-long show vehicle was shown to the public at the 1958 Chicago auto show. In 2013, it traded at bridge for an air-conditioned $1.4 million.