Daily Volume III (198) |Thursday, September 2, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the Daily Driver Newsletter. No, it's not what you think: Topless Thursdays are when we feature classic convertibles of all shapes and sizes! In addition to today's features, you can see our past Topless Thursday "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting the desired filters.
Quote of the Day

"Hi there. I was the seller of this car. I can confirm that it did in fact sell.. The guy who bought it is entering it in a few shows this year. I’ll have the chance to buy the car back in 3 years as it was bought under the right of first refusal. Nice to see what this site is doing for car sellers. Cool concept.

(New website viewer Matt confirming he was the seller of this 1977 Plymouth Volare Station Wagon we featured last summer. We're enjoying how former and new owners alike are discovering the GuysWithRides website simply from doing a Google search of their rides we've featured.)
Our daily Craigslist "Classifinds" provide leads on rides we think you'll find interesting. We are not affiliated in any way with the sale of these rides - we just want to help them find a new home.

All of today's rides feature links to relevant videos!

Click the picture above to read the full article and watch a 1970 VW Beetle Commercial!
Charcoaled Charmer: 1970 Volkswagen Beetle – $11,000

Volkswagen’s U.S. version of its venerable Type I Beetle convertible benefitted from several key improvements for the 1970 model year. However, all but the most die-hard VW enthusiasts remember this was the final year of beam-front-axle-based cabriolet models. From 1971 forward, Volkswagen had Karmann, the coachbuilder tasked...
Perfect Mods: 1995 Volkswagen Cabrio 1.8 Turbo – $15,500

From Rad Era Editor Jeff Lavery's perspective, VW convertibles don’t exactly have the image that lends itself to high performance. Plenty of stereotypes exist with regards to the sorority sisters driving to the big game in their Volkswagen drop-top, an image that many drivers would like to avoid. But with the right amount of performance and style...
Click the picture above to read the full article as well watch VW's "Pink Moon" commercial!
Click the picture above to read the full article and watch the '65 Dodge Dart dealer filmstrip!
Gold Gem: 1965 Dodge Dart Convertible – $15,500

Among classic 1960s era Dodge convertibles, the Turbine Car-inspired third-generation Dodge Dart remains one of the few affordable Mopar convertibles from the period, especially if you can find a V8-powered GT model such as this all Gold 1965 example. In addition to not mentioning whether their Dart is a survivor car or... 
The Internet and Guys With Rides never forget. Here's the latest example of one of our past Topless Thursday features that is once again for sale by the caretaker who bought the car last year.
Second Owner Sale: 1973 Pontiac Grandville Convertible – NOW $18,995

August 29, 2021 Update – We immediately recognized this ’73 Pontiac Grandville we last featured in the summer of 2020 when it was for sale in Garfield, New Jersey. Fast forward one year, and the current caretaker Norm (who originally reached out to us in the comments below that he bought the car) now has it for sale where he hails from. During his ownership, he’s made a to the car that include repairing the factory air conditioning system and reupholstering the interior.
GuysWith Auctions: Something For Everyone - Bid Today!
While the 1995 Corvette Pace Car Convertible's auction will be extended one week and the 1978 Honda Gold Wing did not sell, we're currently working on mutually agreeable deals for the high bidders of both the '66 Bronco and '67 Camaro SS350. Stay Tuned!
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