Classic Chrysler Model Attracts High Bids at Barret-Jackson Auction

Mike Brown Chrysler Dodge Jeep, serving the greater Fort Worth area, is committed to keeping you up to date on the latest news concerning the new Chrysler models. And while it's exciting to see new advancements and technologies in current models like the 300 and Town & Country, it's fun to take a look at the classics that helped to establish the Chrysler name.

Barrett-Jackson, a renowned automotive auction company, is known for bringing many classic and historical models to the auction block. This is the reason why you'll often find us keeping track of the latest Barrett-Jackson events. Only at Barrett-Jackson will you find some of the most rare and hard-to-find models. The excitement for these cars is contagious at Barrett-Jackson, and the bidding can escalate quickly, especially when's it's a classic Chrysler on the line.

The 1956 Chrysler Diablo Concept: an excellent example of classic automotive thrill. This truly stunning car was created by the famed Virgil Exner Sr. and has custom styling from Ghia.  The dramatic styling of this convertible wowed bidders and enthusiasts alike in seconds with its bright-red paintjob and contrasting black drop top. The exterior of this car is unmatched: at 21 feet long, it is one of the largest custom-bodied convertibles ever created by Ghia.

Between the stellar good looks and rich history, the 1956 Chrysler Diablo Concept reached a final selling price of $1,375,000 at the auction.

Not interested in paying over a million dollars for your next ride? Paying too much isn't something you'll ever have to worry about when you call the car loan and Chrysler lease experts at 4960 E Highway 377 in Granbury, Texas. Mike Brown Chrysler Dodge Jeep is committed to helping you find the Chrysler car you've been dreaming of at a price you can handle.

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