The Plymouth XNR was to be a 150mph sportscar, powered by a 250hp six-cylinder. Sadly, it was never built, and ended up getting shipped back to Ghia, who did the bodywork. it passed through the Shah of Iran's hands and into car collector Karim Edde, who protected it from the Lebanese civil war and restored it to its former glory.
Now it will be passing to another owner at the RM Auction in Monterey, CA next month. RM Auctions has given no estimate for the going price of this interesting and unique vehicle.
[via RM Auctions]