The Dual-Ghia, a fancy Chrysler with Italian coachwork, was only produced for two short years, but in its time it became one of the most exclusive motorcars there was.

The likes of Sinatra, Nixon and Ronald Reagan – who lost his in a card game to LBJ – all owned one, and so did Dean Martin.

Here, the Rat Pack roué climbs out of his Ghia in 1967, arriving at the studio to tape The Dean Martin Variety Show.

Note the smoke, monogrammed velvet slippers and valet.

Did this guy know how to travel or what…