Dodge – Firearrow IV

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Vehicle Overview

The Dodge Firearrow IV was a one-off concept / dream car designed in the early 1950’s by Chrysler Corporations legendary design chief, Virgil Exner and hand built by Ghia Coachbuilders of Turin Italy. Firearrow IV was built on a stock 119-inch chassis with a Red Ram Hemi (241 cubic inch engine) with 150 Hp at 4400 rpm. This power plant was mated to Dodge’s Gyro-Torque four speed semi-automatic transmission. This car is the only fully road going convertible with folding top, windows and fully designed and engineered to be put into production. It was shown at many of the major U.S. auto shows in 1954.

Technical Specifications

  • Production
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  • Registered
    1954
  • Make
    Dodge
  • Model
    Firearrow IV
  • Coachbuilder
    Ghia
  • Length (mm)
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  • Width (mm)
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  • Height (mm)
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  • Photo credits
    blackhawkcollection.com
  • Designer
    Virgil Exner

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