gullwing


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gull·wing

 (gŭl′wĭng′)
adj.
Hinged at the top so as to swing upward. Used of a type of automobile door.
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In 2012, the British family found in their shed a rare sports car Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing model in 1957.
The vehicle features gullwing doors, a long, muscular bonnet, a short deck profile, while the rear deck has a slight spoiler.
The DeLorean's silver gullwing door design was immortalised by the 1985 Hollywood film starring Michael J Fox a few years after the collapse of the original manufacturing firm in Northern Ireland.
The TONGHAND hydraulic attachment's patented rotation arms, gullwing design and integral TongVise[TM] are controlled by a single operator inside any 30-ton excavator.
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The only four-door gullwing motor ever to be created, the Evos's front will be seen on the new Mondeo in 2014.
MERC is adding to its line-up of Black Series editions with a souped-up SLS Gullwing.
Bridging is the result of a thermal mass mismatch between the pad and component lead, and most often occurs with gullwing devices.