The 1957 Chrysler New Yorker was a style leader with the "Forward Look" -- lower cars with dart-like profiles. The ‘57 New Yorker defined elegance and style for the late 1950s. Learn about this classic convertible.
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The 1948 Buick Roadmaster was designed before World War II but realeased after. It was exactly what the postwar buyers were after. An equipped Roadmaster ragtop sold for $308, which was rather pricey back then.
The 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza followed in the footsteps of the Monza Spyder. The Corvair boasted many sporty features including an option 180-bhp turbocharged engine. Learn more about this rare classic convertible.