Other Classic & Collectible Convertible Car Manufacturers

In this Classic Convertible Cars section, we look at some not-so-common models, including the Austin-Healey, the 1963 Studebaker Lark Daytona, 25 years of Volkswagon Beetle convertibles and Edsel’s 1960 Ranger and 1958 Citation.

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1958 Edsel Citation

The 1958 Edsel Citation was the biggest flop in automotive history -- a case of the wrong car at the wrong time. The ‘58 Citation suffered from gimmicky gadgets and drab styling. Learn about this classic convertible.


1954 Hudson Hornet Brougham

The 1954 Hudson Hornet Brougham was Hudson's last hope in the face of poor sales. Hoping for salvation, Hudson gave the '54 Step-downs a square-lined makeover. Learn about this classic "Step-down" convertible including photos.

1934 Pierce-Arrow Salon Twelve

The Pierce-Arrow Salon Twelve was the last car produced by the once-great automaker. Only 287 Salon Twelve cars were built in 1934. Learn more about this rare classic convertible.

Classic Convertible Cars

Convertibles have long held a thrilling romantic reputation. Drive with the wind in your hair like a Hollywood movie star. Your open-air car allows you to see and be seen. Learn more about classic convertibles.