Right and well understood about the differences between convertible and regular coupes,
However, I meant the 2 different types of convertibles that you can find, usually.
Even cars from the 50s (my wife’s cousin’s husband had a 56 t bird) had an optional hard top as an option.
Not sure what became of that vehicle, I think he traded it in for an RV.
In recent history, I know some of the German manufacturers (BMW and VW) had hard top convertible models.
Also, the Pontiac Solstice/Saturn Skye was rumored to have an option for a hard top as well.
The Jeep Wrangler crowd would probably be able to attach a worth value to this, perhaps. It is the only vehicle sold today that has both options that I’m aware of.