So I was on vacation over the holiday and since we were in a nice place with nice weather, we rented a convertible. A Chrysler 200 to be precise. It was a blast. It drove very well and whoever did the wind tunnel work gets an "A", because wind noise was almost non-existant. You could drive at 40 and have a converstion at normal volume with no problem whatsoever. I won't buy one, too few days here where it would be fun, but will rent one when I'm in a place that it would be nice.
I haven't been a fan of Chrysler for years, but this may make me rethink it. Rethinking things is good to do every once in a while. Munger has mentioned that he and Buffett didn't get that the economics of the railroad industry had changed for years after they had become advantageous.