GuysWithRides.com Daily Volume 2 (280) | December 2, 2020
Thank you for subscribing to the GuysWithRides.com Daily Newsletter! Topless Thursday is not what you think! Today is the day where we like to feature classic convertibles of all shapes and sizes. In addition to this today's features, you can see our past Topless Thursday "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting the theme from the filter menu.
Quote of the Day

"...I’m more certain that the Ferrari is a Fiero than I am about anything concerning the Plymouth...."

(Website follower AnalogMan commenting on what appears to be a Ferrari Testarossa parked next to this 1968 Plymouth Sport Suburban Station Wagon we featured Wednesday)
Filtering Now Available!

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Today's Reserved Parking Feature Ride
Space 29:
1951 Oldsmobile Super 88
De Luxe Convertible
NOW $41,500!

GuysWithRides.com continues offering this frame-on restored, Chariot Red over Red Leather, 1951 Oldsmobile Super 88 De Luxe Convertible Coupe for the recently reduced price of $4,500 out of a private collection located in Central New Jersey. The current caretaker purchased this Super 88 three years ago  and has maintained the car in a climate controlled environment ever since. The neatest feature is the rare self-winding steering wheel clock!
Auction Portal Almost Ready!

We're busy putting the finishing touches on our new auction portal! In addition to being able to bid on our latest lots, you can make offers on rides still for sale as well as buy official Guys With Rides merch!
Our daily "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates, a brief background, and when possible, videos of the cars. We also list our observations based on pictures provided by the private sellers.
Classic Colors: 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 – $23,500

Wimbledon White over Rangoon Red. A timeless mid-sixties Ford color combination that looked great on the compact Falcon, the mid-size Fairlane, or the full-size Galaxie 500 such as this number-matching, 390 powered, 77K original mile...
Overdrive Orphan: 1962 Studebaker Lark – $18,000

Orphan brands such as Studebaker continue to offer great value as classics as their limited popularity keeps their asking prices low. Our latest example is this freshly restored, white-over-black, 259 cubic inch V8-powered 1962...
We can't write in detail about every cool classic we find, so "Classifind Cuts" provide you with just-listed Craigslist leads.
1968 Pontiac Firebird Convertible – $25,500

Pontiac’s late sixties 350 cubic inch V8 was not a rebadged Chevrolet small block. In 1968 Pontiac replaced its 326 cubic inch entry-level V8 with a larger variant...
1998 BMW E36 323iC – $3,600

In the 1990s when Car & Driver placed a car on its annual Ten Best it meant something, especially for BMW Not the E36 BMW Three-Series: produced for ten years from 1990 through 2000, this generation of Bimmer made the list every year it was produced. 
Here is an update on recent Wagon Wednesday Features
Como Blue:
1940 Ford DeLuxe Convertible Coupe – STILL $44,500

While searching for upcoming Topless Thursday features, we came across a fresh listing for the stunning Como Blue 1940 Ford we first featured in August. This latest listing features the same pictures, description, and asking price of $44,500 or best offer.
1968 Buick Grand Sport 400 Convertible –
STILL $34,000

We confirmed the private seller of this Buick GS 400 convertible we first featured in mid-October remains available with the same asking price of $34,000. With only exterior pictures posted, we think that may be holding back this nicely well-optioned example.