A Roundup of the Top 4 Best Looking Convertibles of all Time for Students in Auto Body Schools
Convertibles rock for a variety of reasons that auto body technicians can personally attest to. They look great, they feel fantastic, and they’re guaranteed to turn heads. Whether it be a 2018 Corvette, or a 1950s Porsche, convertibles have stunned many a driver and auto body repair technician throughout the ages. In fact, with so many incredible looking convertibles out there cruising the streets, and many others lying in the periphery, narrowing down a list of the most beautiful of the bunch is more than a little challenging. Read on to see which ones we chose!
1. The 1961 Lincoln Continental
When it comes to gorgeous convertibles, the 1961 Lincoln Continental certainly stands out. What makes this convertible so charming is how it does away with any unnecessary external accoutrements, giving it a clean and smooth profile. Another attractive feature of this four-door, drop top Continental is its massive front grille and wild looking chrome front and rear bumpers. It’s conservative and flashy all at the same time, making it worthy of its spot on our list.
Here’s a short clip of this old school beauty:
2. The 2010 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster
Pagani engineered one ferocious looking convertible with the 2010 Zonda Cinque Roadster. This Zonda iteration looks like something out of a Michael Bay movie, and comes with a stunning carbon fibre body. Grads of auto body repair courses will love the 2010 Zonda Cinque Roadster’s wicked looking front splitter, slick bumper fins, and adjustable rear spoiler. To top it all off, the 2010 Zonda Cinque Roadster also has a frame made from carbon fibre mixed with titanium to make the vehicle even sturdier. Seeing one might be a little tricky, though, since only five of these beauties were ever created.
3. Grads of Auto Body Schools Will Gape at the 1953 Jaguar XK120
The 1953 version of the Jaguar XK120 was one curvaceous car. Earlier models from 1948 to the early 1950s were initially made with wooden frames and aluminum body panels. The 1953 Jag switched things up by using pressed steel, despite holding onto the aluminum doors. There’s a hint of majesty to this narrow and elegantly curved convertible that grads of auto body schools will no doubt appreciate. Take for example its short rear and stretched hood and long vertical mesh grille. It’s a look that practically drips with style.
4. The 2019 Aston Martin DB11 Volante
The 2019 Aston Martin DB11 Volante is sleek and luxurious, turning heads with its gorgeous rounded hood and posh fabric roof that can fold back in about 16 seconds—even at 48 km/h. Overall the 2019 Aston Martin DB11 Volante looks agile and stunning, with a look that is still conservative enough to give it a more sophisticated appearance.
Check it out for yourself in this short clip:
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