There are literally pages and pages of them.
As fun as it is to scroll through and look at the pictures and read the descriptions, it can be a bit time-consuming. So, to save you some effort and weed out some of the less exciting listings, we’ve gone through and picked out the 10 best vintage convertibles for sale online this week.
While the asking prices are often listed below for each convertible, many of these listings are also taking offers so if you’re interested, but think the price is a tad too high, go ahead and give submitting a bid a shot.
1957 Austin Healey 100-6
Transmission: Manual Overdrive
Engine: 6 cylinder
Notes: Four Seater. Body-on restoration, fenders, doors, hood and trunk all removed before painting. Not a 3000 Series.
CURRENT BID: $15,000.00
1959 Chevrolet Corvette
Engine: Chevrolet 350 motor (with an Edelbrock Carburetor)
Notes: This car is beautiful. It was a “frame off” restoration and every nut and bolt has been replaced. This car runs excellent.
ASKING PRICE: $96,000.00
1960 Ford Thunderbird
Engine: 352ci V8
Notes: This 1960 Ford Thunderbird is a fairly original! It has all the power options you would want such as power brakes, steering, windows, seats and top. It was acquired from a collection where it sat still for the past 4 years. Recent brake work and tune-up performed. Please watch the test drive and walk-around video. Convertible top works excellent thanks to Thunderbird Ranch!
ASKING PRICE: $27,500.00
1962 Buick Electra
Engine: 8 cylinder
Notes: Two owners, very clean, like new in and out. Rare find.
ASKING PRICE: $22,000.00
1965 Ford Shelby Cobra
Engine: Ford 351
Notes: The owner has had it for 2 years. The vehicle runs great and is mainly used for car shows. Factory Five Ford 351 ci Windsor V8 stroked to 391 cubic inches backed by a Tremec TKO 5 speed manual transmission and Ford 8.8 posi rear end and removable hard top.
ASKING PRICE: $45,000.00
1965 Ford Mustang
Engine: Fuel injected 5.0 liter
Notes: This Mustang was restored in 1997 and has been well kept, maintained, and garage kept with little miles since then. The engine is a 1993 mustang GT fuel injected 5.0 Liter with automatic overdrive transmission. The brakes and steering has been upgraded and now has power rack and pinion, the interior is in great condition with tilt wheel, bucket seats, and console, top is in great condition and is a power top, wheels have been upgraded with Brand New BF Goodrich tires, exhaust system is ceramic coated headers with 2 1/2 inch aluminized exhaust flow masters with stainless GT exhaust tips.
CURRENT BID: $16,900.00
1965 Sunbeam Tiger
Notes: I’ve owned this car for the last 3 years. Driven only 50 miles. Due only to age, I replaced brittle appearingfront upper and lower control arm bushings, sway bar bushings, steering rackboots and outer tie rod ends. Installed popular Ford spin on oil filterconversion for easy oil filter changes but left old original style canister andlines in place for show. Have all original parts to return to factory hook upat block.
CURRENT BID: $24,342.42
1967 Pontiac Le Mans
Engine: 326 ci V8
Notes: This classic 1967 Pontiac LeMans muscle car turns heads wherever it goes. It won First Place for Best Looking Car at the 2017 Carlisle Elite Winter Autofest in Lakeland, Florida. Not only does the car look great, but it sports a strong, reliable 326 ci V8 engine coupled with a modern overdrive transmission ideal for use as a daily driver or a weekend cruiser.
STARTING BID: $27,900.00
1967 Porsche 912 Targa
Engine: 1582cc (1.6 Liter) Air Cooled “Flat-4”
Notes: This particular example was completed in January 1967 and was the 3rd production 912 Targa produced for that year. Shortly after, the car was sold new through the Schultz Agency in Düsseldorf, Germany. By the early 1970’s, this 912 had relocated to California where it was meticulously maintained and later restored. Today it presents wonderfully while the accompanying copy of the factory Kardex verifies that the numbers matching European specification engine is still in place. A plethora of additional documentation is also present including the owner’s manual, Targa instruction manual, Blaupunkt manual, previous registrations and an incredible amount of invoices dating back to 1974!
ASKING PRICE: $79,900.00
1984 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Notes: This 1984 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet comes out from a 5 years storage, same owner for the last 19 years.
ASKING PRICE: $32,500.00