I have a 1965 Mustang that I keep in the garage stored during winter. I put two 8" x 10" desiccant bags on the front floor mats. I don't have a ton of moisture in the garage, but enough where I used to get some mold buildup on the dash and visors. I make sure I close up the air intake vents prior to storing (you can set the heat/ac system to recirculate before turning off the car). This helps "seal" the vehicle. I don't know how tight your top fits and would seal the car, so it might be a losing battle.
I believe I used a solution of bleach and water to clean the mold off the vinyl surfaces where it grew.
I've also seen small dehumidifier units that mount in the window, but I think that is overkill. Another option is the inflatable car storage bags. Some of these have dehumidifiers built in. Guess it just depends on how bad your humidity problem is.
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