Does anyone know the answer to the question or how I could find out how many 6-speed convertibles were build in 1995. When I bought my new C4 in the spring of 1995 as a 29 year old, one dealer said I was crazy for wanting to order a 6-speed convertible. He said they only order convertibles with automatics. Another dealer wanted $5000 up front to order this "pink elephant." He said if I bailed out on him he would have to discount the car another $5000 just to get it off his lot. I did order the car from the 3rd dealer I met with. The week it was scheduled to be built I drove 4 hours to Bowling Green, did a plant tour and was lucky enough to see my car come off the line. I even talked with the last guy to work on the car and asked if I could ride along if this particular car was going to be road tested. It was not scheduled to be road tested but he said he had authorization to road test any car in the plant. He said get in. We drove the car right out of the plant and took a hot lap on the road loop behind the plant. It was an awesome experience. I still own this car today with just a tick over 30,000 miles on it. I am just curious now how many of these "pink elephants" were built it 1995.