In this classic convertible section, we cater to those who love old cars and want to know how they work. Models include the DeSoto, Hudson, Muntz, Shelby, Terraplane, Packard and many more.
The 1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta was one of several "dream" convertibles produced that year with a hefty price tag. The Fiesta wasn't cheap at $5,717. Learn about this classic convertible.
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.
The 1933 V-8 Cabriolet with its sleek lines and styling marked the end of Ford's line of 4-cylinder cars. The V-8 Cabriolet came equipped with Ford's ‘’flathead’’ V-8 engine. Learn more about this classic convertible.
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.
The 1960 Dodge Polara was a memorable futuristic car with swivel seats and tall tailfins. The top-line Polara included a convertible offered with 383 V-8s delivering up to 330 horsepower. Learn more about the 1960 Dodge Polara.
The 1950 Oldsmobile 88 was the first factory hot rod offering its Rocket V-8 engine at an affordable price. The 88 brought thousands of buyers the kind of performance once reserved for high-priced cars. Learn about this classic convertible.
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.