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drophead coupé

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(Automotive Engineering) Brit a two-door four-seater car with a folding roof and a sloping back
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A Bespoke Dawn Drophead Coupe and a Wraith Black Badge were commissioned to encapsulate the essence of this beguiling island.
This week I'll drive a black Phantom, next week a silver Wraith and can I book a Dawn Drophead Coupe in red for two weeks in August for my holidays?
Aston Martin president and CEO Dr Andy Palmer said: "This year's Aston Martin Sale features some great examples of our cars from the last 60 years, from a stylish 1953 DB2 Drophead Coupe to the potent and uncompromising Vantage GT12.
It is a 1930s 355 Drophead Coupe by Fleetwood expected to go for between PS70,000 and PS79,000.
The Rolls-Royce design team, led by Giles Taylor, has designed the most glamorous, social Rolls-Royce in history - the world's only truly uncompromised drophead coupe.
Al Jenaibi International Automobiles celebrated the arrival in Oman of the RollsA[degrees] Royce Phantom Zenith Collection, which represents some of the very last Phantom Drophead Coupe and Phantom Coupe motor cars ever to be built, a press release said.
The roof tops a graceful, beautiful and sensuous design, whilst remaining one of the largest canopies to grace a convertible car - second only to that of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe.
A world-record selling price is set to be smashed by a 1954 Lagonda Three-Litre Drophead Coupe (DHC) that was specially ordered by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and personally driven by him until 1961.
The Lagonda 3 Litre Drophead Coupe was built especially to the Duke's orders in 1954 and he drove it to polo matches and to drop his son off at Cheam prep school.
Keeping in line with the rich heritage of the brand, the new Rolls-Royce Dawn has been inspired by one of the rarest and the most beautiful Rolls-Royce ever: Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn Drophead Coupe.
A world-record price is expected to be set by the sale of the 1954 Lagonda Three-Litre Drophead Coupe (DHC), pictured, that was specially ordered by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and personally driven by him until 1961.
The Lagonda 3 Litre Drophead Coupe was built to the Duke's orders in 1954 and he drove it to polo matches and to drop his son off at Cheam prep school.