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Out of all the experimental automobile lines produced over the years, the Clenet roadster stands as one of the more quirky ventures. The Clenet roadster convertible top was produced in the mid 1970s, combining modern parts and drivetrain with vintage 1930s styling. Considered perhaps too bizarre by some at the time, Clenet soft top fanciers have had the last laugh, as this oddball car has soared in value in recent years. Replacement Clenet convertible tops are as valuable to the Clenet roadster’s appeal as the car’s legendary burled walnut dashboard and Waterford crystal ashtray.
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