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What’s better than buying one Dodge Dakota Convertible? Two Dodge Dakota Convertibles, of course

Convertible pickup trucks are few in number. Technically, there was the Ford Model A, and I guess we’ll give a nod to the Chevrolet SSR, if you really want it, but perhaps the best example of this rare body style arrived as the automotive world tipped into the final decade of the 20th century. From 1989 to 1991, Dodge partnered with American Sunroof Corporation (ASC) to build a drop-top Dakota, with Dodge shipping completed hard-top models to ASC’s Southgate, Michigan, facility to have their roofs cut off and vinyl roofs installed instead. Roughly 3700 examples were built over the two-year run.


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