26 May 2014

Generation Gap: Convertibles | 1964 Ford Thunderbird vs. 1991 Mazda Miata

Hagerty parts expert Davin Reckow spends his days hunting down hard-to-find classic car parts and his nights wrenching on his two Chevelles, while Matt Lewis drives a 2011 Mitsubishi Evo X and spends his days interacting with classic car owners across the globe as Hagerty’s social media analyst. Davin thinks that nothing worth owning was built after 1974; Matt thinks that a car doesn’t have to be old to be great. In this episode of Generation Gap, these two diehard car guys argue for their favorite convertibles — a 1964 Ford Thunderbird vs. a 1991 Mazda Miata.

Whose argument do you think carries the most weight? Davin, with the Thunderbird, or Matt with the Miata? Weigh in on the latest episode of “Generation Gap” by casting your vote below.

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