The 1955 DeSoto Firedome Convertible Coupe was made to appeal to the owner's sense of adventure. Packed with a 291-cubic-inch Hemi V-8, the Firedome topped out at 100 mph. Learn more about this classic drop top.
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The 1949 Frazer Manhattan was a hurry-up job by Frazer, which was in need of some new sales magic. The Frazer just couldn't sell, and only 70 were built through 1950. Learn about the fate of this rare classic convertible.
America's custom carbuilders were but a shadow of their 1930s selves after World War II, but you could still drive something very special -- like the 1953 Die Valkyrie -- if you knew where to go and had enough money. Check out the 1953 Die Valkyrie.