No, not me (trust me). As I was walking Cody this morning, enjoying what may be the last sub-70 degree morning until November, I thought about convertibles. I've only had one, a Manx body dune buggy built on a 1963 VW chassis with a 40-horsepower 1200cc flat four that topped out at about 63mph. It was a lot of fun, although hardly a practical car.
I've had the opportunity to photography many convertibles through the years. One of the more unusual ones (for me anyway) was this '62 Lincoln Continental.
Look for the unusual. Sometimes it's right in front of you, sometimes you have to search for it, and sometimes you have to compose it. With the top up and doors closed, this white Lincoln doesn't draw much attention. But when you put the top down and open up the doors, it tells a much more interesting story. I don't believe they ever made another convertible with suicide doors, although I can't say that with 100% confidence. I can, however, say that there have not been any other modern-era 4-door suicide-door convertibles.
Enjoy topless weather while you can, be it your car or yourself...Remember, if you're not having fun while you're out shooting, you're probably doing something wrong.