The 1958 Ford Thunderbird Convertible was developed as a four-door car in hopes of boosting sales. It was every bit as stylish as the 2-seater. Read more about the classic 1958 Ford Thunderbird Convertible.
The U.S. auto industry's phenomenal year of 1955 found Ford in a familiar place: second to Chevrolet overall, but first in convertible sales. Read details about the wildly popular, record-setting 1955 Ford Fairlane Sunliner Convertible Coupe.
The 1951 Meteor Custom DeLuxe Convertible Coupe was the most refined version of the thoroughly new Ford/Meteor generation ushered in for 1949. It was the 'Canadianized' version of its namesake car. See pictures of this stunning convertible.
The 1955 Ford Thunderbird had style in spades owing to its low two-seat bodywork. Though it was inspired by the many foreign sports cars, the Thunderbird was built like a little luxury car. Learn more about this stylish powerful American classic.
The 1954 Ford Crestline Sunliner convertible was the glamor queen of the 1954 Ford lineup. Ball-joint front suspension was incorporated into the design of the Sunliner for improved ride and handling. Learn about the 1954 Ford Crestline Sunliner convertible.
The 1960-1961 Ford Galaxie Starliner & Sunliner gained popularity with a lush ride and swoopy styling. They were the raciest of Ford's bigger-than-ever early-1960's big cars. Read more about these collectible cars.
The 1956 Ford Thunderbird was one of the most coveted cars of the '50s. It was an all-American boulevardier convertible designed for comfort and smooth, powerful straight line performance. No wonder it became an instant classic. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1957 Ford 500 Skyliner was a symbol for the age of gadgetry: the only hardtop convertible to really convert. The Fairlane 500 Skyliner was a pricey but popular model for Ford. Learn about this classic convertible.
The 1959 Ford Thunderbird had a bigger body, rear seats, luxury appointments, and the addition of a hardtop. The Thunderbird was equipped with a 300-horsepower V-8 that performed sluggishly for its time. Learn about this classic convertible.
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.