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chrysler ghia streamline Chrysler (Ghia) Streamline X "Gilda," 1955. Designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi and Virgil M. Exner, the Ghia was Chrysler's nod to the aeronautical obsessions of the '50s.

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The Chrysler (Ghia) Streamline X "Gilda," Rare Concept Cars on Display: Atlanta High Museum of Art's Upcoming 'Dream Cars' Exhibition


This 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt is one of many concept vehicles featured in the 'Dream Cars, Innovative Design and Visionary Ideas' exhibition at Atlanta's High Museum, May-Septembed

Chrysler Turbo Flite, 1961

Possibly the ugliest concept car ever made: 1961 Chrysler Turboflite Concept Car

1947 Timbs. Designed by Norman E. Timbs, this super-sleek streamlined vehicle featured a contoured cockpit without doors. Picture: HIGH MUSEUM OF ART/CATERS NEWS...

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NORMAN TIMBS SPECIAL, 1947 Designed by Norman Timbs. Courtesy of Gary and Diane Cerveny. Norman Timbs created the Timbs Special for his own use. The car was featured on the October 1949 cover of Motor Trend magazine. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

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I love this retro seventies version of a space ship. This on a grander bigger scale could really work as a Solar Flame ship. Love the friendly approachable shape

Finished in 1939, this legendary masterpiece was christened as "Duesenberg Coupé Simone Midnight Ghost." It was both the longest Duesenberg and the last one delivered; and finally the last one ever made,

1939 Duesenburg Coupe Simone Midnight Ghost--way before it's time.~~~~Commissioned by Gui De LaRouche as a gift to his lover, Simone. This car has quite a history behind it!