My 2013 GT350. Shelby American produced 36 GT350's in 2013, with 12 being convertibles. Only one was a widebody convertible, and mine is that car. 624HP with the six speed manual.
What a ride! I'd be happy with winding out a V6 stick, that must be phenomenal.
None of my rides cost me more than $6,600, until I bought the Fusion.
'57 Ford Fairlane convertible
'58 Chevy Biscayne (no reverse, had to park uphill)
'71 Chevy Vega (only new car in my life, first engine lasted 35K miles, 2nd lasted 30K)
'76 Alfa Romeo Spider
'68 Ford Fairlane (inherited, 3 on the tree, no options, not even a radio). + Alfa
'74 Ford Pinto Wagon + Alfa
'74 VW Beetle + Alfa
'86 Mazda B2000 pickup + Alfa
'82 Alfa Romeo Spider + Mazda pickup
'88 Mazda 626 + Alfa
'98 Jeep Cherokee + Mazda + Alfa
2017 FFE + Jeep + Alfa
Total first cost, before the FFE purchase, was ~$32K, (~$35K if I include five motorcycles). All vehicles except the Vega (and current Alfa and FFE) reached at least 100K miles, and were given away or junked. Is this the worst list or what?! Although the Beetle and Alfas and Jeep were kinda cool.