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Other than a Mustang, which one would be easiest to find parts for. I've been looking at a Lincoln Continental w/ suicide doors, but am open to any type of convertible as well.
 

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i belive that the choices are endless but you should look for one that has be restored and is in good shape mecanicly and physicly its realy up to you.
 

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1979 Monte Carlo...black. Just watch training day and you will see why...(opt out on the hydrolics if thats not your sort of thing) Lots of power too.
 

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I bet you can give a try to jaguar xp 2007 which is a convertable. Parts are easy to get, and you got yourself a robot that works for you and minimizes any intended accidents. P.S. Gives you all the luxary you ever needed
 

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Classic cars were only produced between 1925 and 1948. Lincolns have a big following and lots of club support and parts vendors. I have two - a '51 Cosmopolitan and a '78 Town Car. The Lincoln & Continental Owners Club and Road Race Lincoln Register are great sources of information and parts. Mustang also has great parts resources and club support. Remember the last 'classic' car produced was the 1948 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet or Coupe.
 
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