Looks like it was a Caprice. I’ve seen some convertible blends in two door. It is interesting, but just not hitting it for me. Seems like a lot of work for a car who’s value is probably not much different had the car been left untouched.
I agree that all/most of these 'later model' cars which get modifications trying to make them LOOK like our Trifives.. are mostly abortions!
But... another way of looking at them is to realize it's really a compliment to the designers of our TriFives (and to the public that's loved them for more than 60 yrs) ... that people are attempting to make their newer cars capture some of the magic of our Trifive Chevys!!
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