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  • The car at the 2016 auto show that is NOT for sale

    The DFW Auto Show holds a car that is priceless… literally. Wayne Davis, a car enthusiast and entrepreneur built a 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible from scratch. Only one of two in the world, Davis does not have a price tag on it. Instead, he sells trucks and RVs while keeping this car for his private collection in Southlake, TX.

The DFW Auto Show holds a car that is priceless… literally. Wayne Davis, a car enthusiast and entrepreneur built a 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible from scratch. Only one of two in the world, Davis does not have a price tag on it. Instead, he sells trucks and RVs while keeping this car for his private collection in Southlake, TX. Video by Maria Chiu mchiu@mcclatchy.com / @mariawchiu
The DFW Auto Show holds a car that is priceless… literally. Wayne Davis, a car enthusiast and entrepreneur built a 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible from scratch. Only one of two in the world, Davis does not have a price tag on it. Instead, he sells trucks and RVs while keeping this car for his private collection in Southlake, TX. Video by Maria Chiu mchiu@mcclatchy.com / @mariawchiu

Trucks, technology in spotlight at DFW Auto Show in Fort Worth

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