In 1966 at the Turin International Auto Show Ghia displayed their Giorgetto Giugiaro styled 450/SS. The cars were hand-fabricated which meant production was low - only 52 were created. Ivan Ruiz, a collector of Italian cars, showed MacDougald his 1967 Ghia 450/SS—a pretty coachbuilt Italian convertible based on Plymouth Barracuda running gear. These beauties carried a $13,000 sticker price and in modern times they are priceless. The car is made up of many Chrysler components.
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