The 1930 Buicks deserved increased popularity, but they came at the wrong time. Dealers found they could only move two cars for even three they'd sold the year before. Read how the 1930 Buicks fell on hard times during the Great Depression.
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The 1975 Pontiac Grand Ville took precedence on luxury over performance as Pontiacs only convertible for the year. It offered a 185-horsepower 400 V-8 or optional 200-bhp 455. Learn about this classic convertible.
Although the 1965 Rambler American 440 had low sales, it was one of the best of the Rambler models. Although not very sporty, the 440 was the most affordable convertible at the time. Learn more about this classic convertible.