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Searching for a classic muscle car with a bit more luxury? Look no further than this 1968 Plymouth GTX 440 Convertible! This highly collectable 1968 Plymouth GTX 440 is one of 881 convertible variants officially manufactured by the factory. Oozing a sense of cool totally lost on drivers of modern day techno boxes, this GTX is in excellent condition with its original drivetrain still intact.
One of the hottest Lexuses ever designed is losing its top in Goodwood., a partially disguised convertible prototype is making an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, an event that attracts enthusiasts around the world to watch (usually) vintage cars climb up a short hill course. The LC convertible will join the LC coupe and risk-taking LS sedan at the top of ' lineup as the automaker looks to further establish its tier-one luxury-brand credentials.
Detroit car show to exhibit rare 1939 Lincoln prototype
The 1939 Lincoln Continental prototype, will be on display on the grounds of the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House June 16. The display is part of the EyesOn Design car show, an annual Grosse Pointe Shores exhibition that showcases 200 to 300 vehicles and awards innovative design. The car will appear at the show alongside a 1959 Jaguar Mark IX, a 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special, a 1979 Lotus S2 and a 1974 Lamborghini Espada, among others. The Continental was originally owned by Gregorie.
Although we don't yet know when the LC convertible will officially join the Lexus lineup, it should fit in perfectly alongside the LC coupe, a car we called "." It was high praise for the intriguing coupe, which is offered with a six-cylinder hybrid powertrain and a 471-hp V-8 that sounded "glorious" through its multimode exhaust. Now just imagine hearing that naturally aspirated V-8 in a drop-top version of the LC.
This isn't the first timehas used the Goodwood Festival of Speed to spread awareness about an upcoming product. Before the became , it was a highly anticipated new model with what felt like an endless rollout schedule. .
Sweet 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Wows In Every Way
This C2 is some serious eye candy from any angle. Few cars, American or otherwise, evoke the same kind of response as a classic C2 Stingray. Even among those legends, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is drop-dead gorgeous. The car has benefited from an obviously quite thorough body-off restoration process that left no detail out of place. As a result, this car is immaculate enough to be displayed in a museum or any venue you can imagine. All 31 of the fiberglass panels have been painted a silky smooth black, hugging every amazing curve.
As for the Lexus LC convertible, the prototype will be driven by professional racer Nick Cassidy before the car is taken on tour to various events. Expect the LC convertible to continue where the coupe left off, as an exquisite grand-tourer that isn't focused on stoplight drag races. In fact, with the convertible's likely weight gain compared to the coupe, that'll probably be even more the case once the production version makes its debut. Our fingers are crossed that Lexus will update its frustrating touchpad infotainment controller (as it did with), but we wouldn't count on it. Regardless, the countdown begins for Lexus to reveal a fully production-ready LC convertible at an upcoming auto show.
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