How many 1954 Dodge Firearrows were made?

I’m a bit of a sports car enthusiast, and I recently learned about the 1954 Dodge Firearrow. I love it. I was wondering, though, how many of these were actually made?

Sarah Gray · Answered on Jan 05, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We don’t blame you for falling for the 1954 Dodge Firearrow. As a concept car, it’s meant to be the stuff of drivers’ dreams. Only three 1954 Dodge Firearrows were ever built.
The first Firearrow—the Firearrow I—was a “pushmobile.” Strictly a design concept, it lacked an engine, so it had to be pushed or pulled onto the turntable at the Turin Auto Show in 1953 for its debut.
The Firearrow we (and you) know and love is the 1954 Firearrow II—a fully functional and driveable two-seat roadster designed by Virgil Exner and built to fit the tastes of the Jet Age. It was widely exhibited throughout the early fifties and was recently sold at auction through Sotheby’s for $1.05 million!
Mounted on a 119-inch Dodge Royal wheelbase, the Firearrow II sports a 150-horsepower “Red Ram” Hemi V-8 mated to a Gyro-Torque four-speed automatic transmission. While it’s a fully functional roadster, you might notice it lacks basic production features—like door handles and a functional convertible top—but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the coolest Dodge concept cars.
The Firearrow II was followed by the Firearrow III coupe and a convertible Firearrow IV—both of which were slated to enter production in the mid-fifties, but never made it to the assembly line at Dodge. The convertible did have a strong influence on the Dual-Ghia, produced in 1955 by Dual Motors.
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