The only convertible I have seen, (no top included), was produced by Keith Ludlum on his spyder. He sold it to Dallas Mize. Dallas showed the car for a couple of years and it was sold to a third party, who I think has it back at Keith's shop for an upgrade. That car was cherry. Dallas brought it to Charlotte one year and won "Best overall" in the Autofair that time. That particular car was "Done right" and really was put together properly for a convertible with struts running from front to rear to hold the Chassis together, as the Gt is a unibody. A really nicely put together, tasteful car. Just my opinion, JarrellWent back and found some photos from the rear. In talking to the owner, he for sure was having fun trying to find new ways to use what he had cut off the GT. He cut off the front end and added the necessary framing to handle the V8. Looking at it in person it was interesting to see how he had repurposed some of what he removed from the GT. At the time it was still a work in progress.