The Most Expensive And Rarest Convertibles

TS EXPORTDriving under the blue sky and relaxing wind can be experienced when driving car. But, in reality, drivers cannot see the skies nor feel the wind due to the roof. However, using a convertible can make your dreams into a reality. It gets even better, if you are driving one of the most expensive and rarest convertibles ever built. Below are some of the following.

Dodge Coronet Convertible

One of the most popular convertibles are created is the Dodge Coronet. This model is manufactured in 1967 and again in 1970. This model is quite rare since there are only two cars ever built each year, which is 4 cars in total. Apart from its rarity, the Dodge Coronet does not offer any special features.

Packard Panther

Built in 1954, the Packard Panther is known to be a show car due to its unique designs in its ear. Some of the features Packard Panther offers is a clipper taillights and one-piece fiberglass body. This vehicle is quite rare since there are only 4 created and 2 that still survive.

Oldsmobile F-88

The Oldsmobile F-88 was not quite rare, but its gorgeous body and design have been the major factors that made this vehicle one of the rarest convertibles. Other than that, the F-88 also features an impressive 250 horsepower V8 rocket engine and a fiberglass body. Because of this, one F-88 was recently sold at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction for $3.5 million.

Ferrari 250 GT Spyder Convertible

Last but never the least is the Ferrari 250 GT Spyder convertible. This car is the only convertible model of the 250 GT. As of now, the Ferrari 250 GT Spyder convertible is one of the oldest Ferrari cars which is still owned by its original purchaser. As of now, the 250 GT Spyder convertible is valued at $10 million. h more at auction.

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