Dodge Dakota Convertible
The Dakota convertible was a bizarre pickup truck sold in the early 1990s. The design took the basic Dakota and cut off the roof. The Dakota convertible was not a good truck in any way. Reliability was spotty, especially on the first-generation Dakota models. The convertible top would leak and was expensive to repair or replace (via Hot Cars).
There was not much potential for a convertible truck. The consumer base wanted a truck that could be used for work without the gas mileage of a full-size truck. The Dakota Convertible was a reasonable novelty item, but not worth considering. Its reliability was too problematic and the build quality just didn’t add up.