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When inspecting convertible cars, you need to focus on a number of key areas that are unique to topless rides, and in my opinion the most important thing you need to look out for are collisions. Like closed-roof cars, most modern cabriolets feature a unit-body chassis, meaning that the car's body – excluding panels like doors, fenders, hood and trunk lid – are actually what makes up its frame. Even if the one you're looking at doesn't need to be changed yet, over time it may need to be replaced whether from aging or other damage, and it pays to know what to expect when you commit to getting a new top.Any moisture could be an indication that the top's seals have degraded or that the car has hidden damage.Finally, just as you would when buying any used vehicle, make sure the car has been well maintained and has a complete service history.
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