The weather is perfect for these cars!


Here are some of the coolest convertibles for sale on Motorious as the unofficial start of the summer in underway!

1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible

This 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible is the epitome of the classic cruisers of the 1950s and this one is a stunning example, having underwent a complete frame-off restoration.  1957 was the last year of the Tri-Five Chevys and it has to be one of the most iconic classic cars of all time.  The 1957 Bel Air saw Chevrolet add tail fins with beautiful side trim that was much larger than the previous 2 years and the gold "Chevrolet" script trim and gold "V" hood trim was carried through to the '57 model.  This particular '57 Bel Air Convertible comes to us out of a very large collection in Texas, where the previous owner clearly took excellent care of the car.

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1969 Plymouth GTX Convertible

This GTX has been shown 140 times.  132 times this GTX took First place or Best of Show! How do you know it was restored properly?  When it looks this fresh 29 years after it was restored.

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1937 Packard 1502 Super Eight Convertible Sedan

For sale and on display at the St. Louis Car Museum is an outstanding 1937 Packard 1502 Super Eight Convertible Sedan finished in Packard Blue with Gray Leather interior! This classic Packard is an extremely solid, numbers matching example with an older restoration that continues to impress today. In addition, this particular model has only 18,000 miles driven since completion, proving to be an outstanding road car. We are proud to represent this outstanding, very complete and original Packard example!

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1958 DeSoto Firesweep Convertible

For consignment one of ONLY 12 known to exist, (the rest literally rusted away), 1958 DeSoto Firesweep Convertible. This particular model was only produced for 3 years and this exact model year as a convertible topped the production charts with a run of a mere 700 units…a very rare bird indeed.  These cars were built on the cheap, and no attention was paid to surfaces exposed to the elements, particularly underneath, and they literally began to rust within two years of their purchase.  So a low run, and the rust problem make this particular car a real find.

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1970 Oldsmobile 442 W-30 Convertible

When it comes to Oldsmobile, the "W-Machine" is the top dog. This real deal 442 W-30 is just 1 of 264 Convertible Cars produced and was fully restored in 2012. Finished in its correct Porcelain White Coat and utilizing factory correct templates for its stripes, this 442 underwent a body-off restoration, had its frame powder coated, and had a refurbishment of the powertrain, brakes and suspension.

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1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

heck out this stunning 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. This Corvette has undergone a complete frame-off restoration to NCRS specifications. This Vette is a Top Flight Award Winner and the high attention to detail it received during the restoration shows throughout! The previous owner of this Chevy like to cruise it around town on nice days, turning heads wherever it went.

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS LS2 Pro-Touring Restomod Convertible

Turn heads at every corner in this attention grabbing classic! This beautiful Camaro is the beneficiary of a full frame-off, nut and bolt restoration that retains its classic car appeal - but this car is a step above that. Powered by a built Chevy 6.0L LS2 C6 Corvette motor, a 4L60E automatic transmission with overdrive, and a 12 bolt rear, this Camaro's drivetrain is ready for long cruises. Drop the convertible top, sync your phone to the Alpine radio sound system to play your tunes, blast the Vintage Air Conditioning and you're all set for the perfect weekend.

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1970 Plymouth 'Cuda Convertible

The new 1970 Plymouth Barracuda was introduced along with the all-new Dodge Challenger.  Both shared the new E platform, a new platform for 1970 which kept with the pony car mantra...long nose, short deck.  An extremely similar look shared by the cars fittingly resulted in them being known as the Mopar Twins. For consignment one of the twins, but this one has been the recipient of a rotisserie restoration, which has been well documented.  At this time this car received new fenders, new quarter panels, new front and rear valance panels, and a new convertible top. Bathed in two tone paint, and now with a 440ci engine let's just say rock and roll and hold on to the Jesus bar.

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1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible

Top-down, two-seat motoring is supposed to be the ultimate expression personal luxury, and this 1957 Ford Thunderbird does that perfectly. With under 250 miles on it since a complete restoration, this has everything you want from a beautiful color combo to the correct D-code V8 providing plenty of cruising power. A first-generation T-bird rendered in Colonial White has the appeal of driving around fine China.  The graceful color just has a way of rendering the lines that give this vintage convertible a timeless elegance.

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