With the exception of the larger head rests on the seats, everything about that car appears to be consistent with a 1995 Mustang Convertible–specifically the general shape, the dashboard mounds in front of the driver and passenger, the position of the door locks, and the VIN cutout on the windshield. I am trying to find a Mustang with those specific seats, but all the ones I am seeing have the smaller headrests. Those seats look like the ones on a 1989 and earlier Mustang, but those models did not have that dashboard. . .
I will keep looking.
I was also leaning toward 1995 Toyota Celica convertible, which also matches several attributes–including the seats. But the Celica doesn’t appear to have that distinct gap in the windshield frame like the Mustang.
ETA: Definitely not a Celica. The locks aren’t located on the top of the doors like in the pictured car.
I think you have it with a fourth generation Ford Mustang convertible. I thought I had checked that already I think I was looking at the generation before it though. Even if the headrests don’t match for some reason it’s a Mustang.
As a total ‘not car guy’ my first thought was Mustang when I saw it. FWIW, if you look at other pictures of Mustangs from 1995, they hood is higher in the middle (some of them have a scoop in it as well). It dives back down, at least on the driver’s side, right where the wiper is mounted. In the OP’s picture you can see right under the wiper, the hood goes down in the same spot.
Scroll down and blow up the first picture on this page.
Here is the trailer and the car appears several times. The first times are just the still shot in the OP, but later there is a side shot. Maybe you Mustang guys can see something. I would watch the thing but it looks boring as hell.