I'll risk upsetting the purists and post the following question: If I wanted to create a 1968 Charger convertible, what's the best way to go about it? I do not wish to destroy a potentially valuable restoration project, nor do I want to pay a fortune for my jumping off point. I'm a Pontiac guy so my depth in Mopar is limited. Is it as simple as taking any 1968 B body convertible and bolting on the front clip? I saw a picture of one for sale years ago, so it seems possible. I want the '68 charger front end, but do I have to stay with a '68 donor or will '69's and 70's donors work as well? Can I take any of these that started life as a coupe/ hardtop and remove it, or is it true that cars which left the factory as convertibles have stiffer frames? Are there conversion kits for this, or is anyone offering aftermarket windshield frames? What other potential landmines might I step on? I'd like to have it appear as close to factory as possible. Please don't respond with trashy e-mails. As I said, I'm looking to create something a little different without destroying a car which should be saved.