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  • n. Shortened form of drophead coupé


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drop +‎ head


  • It was this one, drophead Mercedes SL; the colour was pale blue.

    Above Suspicion

  • The 80-11 designation underlines just how limited these luxury British convertibles will be with Bentley building only 80 examples of each drophead in

    Auto Motto

  • Which possibly explains why many a Ferrari, Alfa or Fiat drophead has been known as a barchetta, which is Italian for "little boat". - Stuff

  • That meant an evening full of saloons, drophead coupes and plenty of classic roadsters.


  • YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW: special editions included the Grand Raid, which had a winch and roof-mounted spare wheel, a luxury Rancho X version with velour seats and metallic paint, and a drophead version with a canvas canopy over the rear seats, like the Mark I Land Rover Freelander Softback. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Suggested drophead: Alphin helped lead Hawks to state championship in 2006, runner-up finish in 2007


  • Like its other Continental stablemates, Bentley has finally taken the drophead into their Speed garage for the transformation from really fast to "Egads!" fast.


  • The two-door saloon was soon joined by a four-door and a drophead coupe.


  • Feeley was responsible for the elegant drophead variant of the new 2.6 litre, the first Lagonda of the David Brown era, produced from 1948 to 1953.


  • At that time, it was tested and documented by AutoCar Magazine as a "one-off" special-bodied Vanden Plas drophead coupe.

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