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maybe, just maybe those who want a Mustang Convertible do not want a hardtop convertible. There is something to be said about a convertible being just that. Part of the experience is that cloth top. The Mustang has the loyalty and following that it does by staying true to its roots, not by being something else. Also, this may be trivia to some but as I saw in a earlier post, Ford did figure out how to make a hardtop conv. It was in the mid 50's , was a nightmare to repair and didn't work all time but that's what happens when you are first.
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