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Old 12-15-2014, 06:40 PM   #1
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Hating on convertibles?

So I see a lot of guys that love mustangs to death, but then I tell them I have a 5 speed GT and they hate it just because its convertible! Whats the deal? Does the driving experience really suffer that much from not having a hard top? I agree the hard top looks a lot better, but I don't see what justifies hating convertibles.

Oh and the people who are the most hostile toward them are usually the same ones that go "My brother had 10 mustangs and they were all bad ***". Or "A guy I know has a way cooler mustang" Or "A new v6 mustang would beat that so easy!" Meanwhile they drive a beat up old first gen explorer. Or a station wagon or some ****.

When I got my 99 GT I was all excited and I told my coworkers (at an auto parts store) about it. Nobody had anything positive to say. The girl who says mustangs are her favorite cars told me she hates convertibles, the other one just said I was gay lol.

Do you hate convertibles? and why?
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i have a convertible gt and i love it and i receive nothing but positive comments on it, but my next one will be a hardtop just because i simply like those better.. never heard anyone call convertible mustangs gay tho, and i dont see how a convertible mustang could be gay. but dont worry about what anybody says about your car as long as you like it screw someone else's opinion.


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Well... Convertible mustangs are gay. Jk.

Don't worry what others say about your car...unless its riced out...then don't ignore them lol. But yeah man don't worry about it, its your car your tastes if you like it screw everyone who doesn't like it.

I own a hardtop but I do want to own a convertible at some point in my life. Although I want a convert I wouldn't want one of the newer models 2000 and ahead, they don't look nice to me. I like how the 90-99 covert looks but I would prefer a classic covert say 65-75.
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Yeah I just find it to be an interesting phenomenon. I don't get too worked up about it I just get annoyed that adults can be such downers. I don't even hate on autos or V6s as long as they're not riced out. I would say they are jeleous, but then my Ego is too big for having a $5000< car lol
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In my opinion.. Mustangs and verts just don't go together lol, that's more for Audi and all those rich brands in my opinion..


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So I see a lot of guys that love mustangs to death, but then I tell them I have a 5 speed GT and they hate it just because its convertible! Whats the deal? Does the driving experience really suffer that much from not having a hard top? I agree the hard top looks a lot better, but I don't see what justifies hating convertibles.

Oh and the people who are the most hostile toward them are usually the same ones that go "My brother had 10 mustangs and they were all bad ***". Or "A guy I know has a way cooler mustang" Or "A new v6 mustang would beat that so easy!" Meanwhile they drive a beat up old first gen explorer. Or a station wagon or some ****.

When I got my 99 GT I was all excited and I told my coworkers (at an auto parts store) about it. Nobody had anything positive to say. The girl who says mustangs are her favorite cars told me she hates convertibles, the other one just said I was gay lol.

Do you hate convertibles? and why?

I've been driving convertibles since 1991 and never had anyone say anything negative. Maybe you are hanging around with the wrong people, or maybe they are jealous? Here are my ragtops. I don't think any of them are gay. The LeBaron is no longer around. It had a rod go at 227,000 miles. Not bad for a turbo 4 banger.

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In my opinion.. Mustangs and verts just don't go together lol, that's more for Audi and all those rich brands in my opinion..


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Well, you know what they say about opinions...

American car makers have been making convertibles since day 1.


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I like convertibles when the top is down. They are fun and good for cruising, especially in Cali. But I just can't stand the look of that soft top when it's up.


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Yeah I definitely prefer hard tops for their aesthetics, but when I was picking out a car, I had criteria that didn't include looks as much. I wanted V8, Rwd, manual transmission, simplicity, and reliability. Mustangs fit that criteria really well, its just that when you only have $3500 you have to sacrifice somewhere. And yeah I cant wait to go tear up back roads with the top down when its 75 degrees! My girlfriend thinks the convertible is cool tho. so theres that lol
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I do agree that you lose the shape and styling of the hard top cars, whatever they be, when the top is up. But they look so good when the top is down and definitely have the fun and free feeling factor.


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I do agree that you lose the shape and styling of the hard top cars, whatever they be, when the top is up. But they look so good when the top is down and definitely have the fun and free feeling factor.


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I wonder if having a smoothline removable hard top would be a good medium. Smooth Line Custom Removable Hardtops

You cant expect it to look as integrated as a factory hard top but it might look better than a rag top
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I wonder if having a smoothline removable hard top would be a good medium. Smooth Line Custom Removable Hardtops

You cant expect it to look as integrated as a factory hard top but it might look better than a rag top

To me it's not worth the cost or inconvenience. You are going to have to find a safe place to store it when it is not on the car.


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Yeah... looks like ***..
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I wonder if having a smoothline removable hard top would be a good medium. Smooth Line Custom Removable Hardtops

You cant expect it to look as integrated as a factory hard top but it might look better than a rag top
I did a lot of looking into getting one of these when I needed to replace my old and worn out top. About 80% of the reviews that people had on the top is that the fitment was terrible and that it had a lot of leaking issues. For the price of their cheapest hard top you can get your self a very nice vinyl or even a cloth top. That's installed too for that price range.
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I think you can blame Barbie and that pink power wheels Mustang for stereotyping the Convertible....that and high speed crashes in convertibles don't typically end well. If your a guy and own a convertible you need a minimum 1000 watts of Stereo in the trunk to kinda offset.


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I think you can blame Barbie and that pink power wheels Mustang for stereotyping the Convertible....that and high speed crashes in convertibles don't typically end well. If your a guy and own a convertible you need a minimum 1000 watts of Stereo in the trunk to kinda offset.


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But see this adds weight and the trunk in these cars are tiny.... My buddy has some 10's in his and simply can not use his trunk now because of that.
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If you're going to do a hardtop convertible, find one of the 500 Cobras built in 95 as a factory option. There is a beat to **** one in Texas I keep thinking of making an offer on. Would need a lot of work but dammit when it was done it would be sweet to have.
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If you're going to do a hardtop convertible, find one of the 500 Cobras built in 95 as a factory option. There is a beat to **** one in Texas I keep thinking of making an offer on. Would need a lot of work but dammit when it was done it would be sweet to have.
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I think a convertible driven by a guy has to have a system! Definitely neutralizes the estrogen and actually attracts women. Try it...put the top down cruise by the local Tiki bar stereo pumping and see for yourself.


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I love my convertible and being a V6 i get compliments on it all the time. Also i have 2 10s in the back but thats cause i need my base.
Just last week i was playing barbie girl in my car with the top down NO ****S GIVEN
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I'm on my second mustang in a row, both convertibles. As of right now I wouldn't have it any other way. As for the radio, I listen to AM talk radio or I listen to the car, and it's a v6. Top down driving is the only way to go. No woman I ever met said, "Oh crap a damn convertible." 3 women I had in my first vert dropped THEIR tops without any encouraging from me, WHILE we were driving. One more dropped her top in my '09. Again, no encouragement from me. I'm hooked.
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I'm on my second mustang in a row, both convertibles. As of right now I wouldn't have it any other way. As for the radio, I listen to AM talk radio or I listen to the car, and it's a v6. Top down driving is the only way to go. No woman I ever met said, "Oh crap a damn convertible." 3 women I had in my first vert dropped THEIR tops without any encouraging from me, WHILE we were driving. One more dropped her top in my '09. Again, no encouragement from me. I'm hooked.

It's a lifestyle! I'll never be without at least one! People either get it, or they don't. Convertible people are a lot like Harley people. Very dedicated to the lifestyle.


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Except for the pain it takes to clean it
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I'm on my second mustang in a row, both convertibles. As of right now I wouldn't have it any other way. As for the radio, I listen to AM talk radio or I listen to the car, and it's a v6. Top down driving is the only way to go. No woman I ever met said, "Oh crap a damn convertible." 3 women I had in my first vert dropped THEIR tops without any encouraging from me, WHILE we were driving. One more dropped her top in my '09. Again, no encouragement from me. I'm hooked.
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Except for the pain it takes to clean it

The stuff I use to clean is as easy as washing and waxing a car


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if the vert and the hardtop were the same price I'd have a vert

but then I have a V6 so I'm suspect already.....
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Except for the pain it takes to clean it

I wash it while washing the rest of the car just as if it had a hard top. With the Mustang having a vinyl top, I hit it with 303 Aerospace once a month for the UV protection, but I probably wouldn't even have to do that. Not sure what you are referring to. Could you elaborate?


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I think a convertible driven by a guy has to have a system! Definitely neutralizes the estrogen and actually attracts women. Try it...put the top down cruise by the local Tiki bar stereo pumping and see for yourself.


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Good thing I kept my subs, amps, and speakers from my last car! I thought of that too lol. I have a power acoustik 1800 watt amp and two MTX thunders. Power acoustik is made by soundstream and they are really good amps for the price. And a 720 watt speaker amp running 2 6x9s I just haven't installed it all yet.
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Yes, you do pay a bit more for the vert, and the insurance company wants a cut too. That part sucks, but there are a lot of people paying that price for that open ride feel.

Yeah, "Pictures or it didn't happen..."
I wish I had picts too. I'm afraid I have none. /sigh

Luckily we don't all like the same things, otherwise we'd all drive the same car, same color, same everything else. It would be utopia. Who wants that?
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I wash it while washing the rest of the car just as if it had a hard top. With the Mustang having a vinyl top, I hit it with 303 Aerospace once a month for the UV protection, but I probably wouldn't even have to do that. Not sure what you are referring to. Could you elaborate?


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Well when i wash it i use meguires top cleaner (forgive me if i spelled it wrong) it might be that my micro fiber sucks or just the az dust but it always ends up looking old even though the topis almost 2 years old. Honestly thats the only reason i hate verts. But my technique might be the one to blame
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There sure ain't nothing wrong in having a VERT.

Of course I live in Florida where a Convertible is a most usable feature almost all year long.
My Mustang is a 2012 coupe but I do have a 66 convertable when I want to go topless.


Of course it is a six cylinder automatic and belongs to my friend Shari but I still love it and use it more then Shari does.


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I think a vert is a great weekend car, when the weather is awesome type of ride. Around 10 years ago, I rented a GT convertible and it was kinda neat and cool to drive around.

Personally, if I decided to get a convertible it would be the new 2016 MX 5. But, I don't hate Mustang convertibles either. With the top down on a cool, sunny afternoon....
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Yeah... looks like ***..
That roll bar makes it perfectly manly to have your top down lol. Where can I get one and for how much? Do you just weld it onto the frame?
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