PHOENIX — It's been 100 days since the arid Arizona desert surrounding Phoenix has seen a drop of rain. Sure enough, here it comes on the same day Toyota Motor Corp. chooses to uncap its two new-for-'01 convertibles. The nagging drizzle does not persuade most drivers to pull over and put the tops back up on Toyota's two new limited production, image-builders: the MR2 Spyder, Toyota's highly anticipated roadster, and the Camry Solara convertible. Rain or shine, the MR2 Spyder — Toyota's ...

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