How to Make This Car Better? A Convertible Top!
With spring finally upon us, those who live in the northern regions of the United States can finally take the tarp off their beloved sportscars. The roads will soon be rife with all manner of Miata, Mustang and muscle car. But not all cars are as glorious as a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette split-window coupe. For every Shelby or SVT Mustang, there is all manner of Ford Focus Coupe and (gasp) Probe! However there is a way to make any coupe better, and that is with a convertible top. Allow us to explain. We here at BoldRide subscribe to our own form of math, and our teachings are largely based off of the Transitve Property of Convertible Tops. You see, The rationale behind this property is that any car can be made better, more usable and more appealing with a convertible top thrown into the mix. Example: Chrysler LeBaron...or Chrysler LeBaron Convertible.
See, right there, you could much more see yourself hopping behind the wheel of a LeBaron Convertible, as opposed to the coupe. What other examples of the Transitive Property of Convertibles can you think of? Let us know in the comments below!
Thanks to BoldRide community member caddy for photos of his 1990 Chrysler LeBaron!