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Convertibles with no roof:
Some cars have no roof at all making them by definition not convertible but we’re happy to have them in here all the same. These cars are first and foremost built for pleasure and make no compromise towards practicality. Many cars in this category are designed for track use and occasional road driving and may require a helmet to be worn to allow for clear vision and protection from stones, dust and flies.
Select from these convertibles with no roof for more information:
- Ginetta G20 (2002-2010)
- Mercedes CLK AMG GTR Roadster (2002)
- Vermot Veritas Roadster (2009-2013)
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