The stunning L6.4 model by Ghia represents the successor of the Dual-Ghia automobile that was highly appreciated during the 1950s. Designed with performance in mind, this car is equipped with a Chrysler OHV “Wedge” V-8 engine that’s able to dish out 335 horsepower, all of which are kept in check by a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Other technical highlights include an independent front suspension with a torsion bar and tubular shock absorbers, hydraulic drum brakes on all wheels and a solid rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs.
Formerly a part of the Wayne Davis collection, this car was very well maintained and was restored with incredible skill and attention to detail. Bearing the chassis number 0313, this was one of two models that were originally exported to South Africa by a private businessman named F. Hofman. On February 3, 2016, this masterpiece will be put under the hammer courtesy of RM auctions. How much do you think that it will bring in?