U.S. convertible sales in 1999 topped the 200,000 vehicle mark for the fourth consecutive year, according to a recent survey by convertible system supplier ASC Inc. Sales last year among foreign and domestic models totaled 261,336, up 7% from 1998 sales of 244,435. The Chrysler Sebring led overall convertible sales for the fourth straight year, with more than 51,000 units sold. Following closely behind with 44,000 units sold was the Ford Mustang. Other top-sellers included the Mazda ...
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