The car I bought is a Coach Builders Limited convertible conversion, so it's a convertible. This means less interior lighting, and a SLIGHTLY smaller trunk, and of course wind noise, but it was a first class job, with an automatic hard boot that raises and lowers to cover the top. You get about 70% of the original trunk space regardless of the top position, nice wnen compared to the "no trunk space" problem of the popular folding hard top cars, and it seats five. The excellent Northstar system has phenomenal power and can actually run for 50 miles at 50 MPH with NO coolant. It has nearly every convienience feauer availabe from 2000, and rides very smooth and quiet (below about 70MPH).
NorthStar Engine system, phenomenal power acceleration and passing power!, Memory Personalization system, auto day-nite mirrors. Convertible top with automatic hard boot, sharp Chrome wheels, Excellent climate ontrol system, beautiful crimson pearl paint, runs on regular gas!
Better weather stripping on the convertible top would be nice. Difficult to enter or exit the rear seat with the top up. Wimpy non-Bose audio system (it was an option). Potential high cost of repairs, especially with the aftermarket convertible conversion.
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