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I have only owned 3 convertibles in my life "so far" the 66 Mustang Gt right after we got married Which took us on some great road trips from Canada down through the US to Mexico down 1 side and up the other returning home through the western states. My next one was when I leased a 1989 Toyota Supra Turbo with the Targa roof. Like a lot of my cars there are always a few that I wished I hadn't sold. 1989 was a good year and I also purchased my 2nd 1966 Mustang although not a convertible I kept it for 26 years and then found my 2nd Toyota Supra which I still have today.
My '07 Solstice GXP, "rescued" from the dealer's lot that Jan. and delivered by truck so it wouldn't get salt on it's shoes. That was about 35k miles ago and it still looks underneath, like it was built last month.
This is my 1967 Pontiac LeMans Convertible. Highly optioned with Hurst his & her shifter, factory A/C and vacuum gauge. Original Pontiac wire wheel hub caps. A real LeMans that has not been turned into a GTO clone. Fun car to drive and gets a lot of attention on the road. It's my first ever convertible. I'm hooked!
There’s nothing like cruising in a ragtop on a beautiful day. This 1970 Mustang convertible is my first collectible car. It’s powered by a 351 Windsor 2 barrel and a FMX automatic transmission. I fell in love with the color combo and come to find out, it’s 1 of 75 in these trim colors with the deluxe interior. It’s Still has it’s factory engine with a documented 45,000 original miles. I’ve always loved Mustangs, but any ragtop on a beautiful day makes driving a real experience.