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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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JENNIFER LOPEZ J-LO and baseball superstar other half Alex Rodriguez roll around Hollywood in a convertible Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Ghost.
The DB2/4 drophead coupe is expected to fetch [euro]284,000, despite the fact fixing ripped seats and restoring the 64-yearold car, one of only 16 made, will cost tens of thousands.
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?" To be fair, I'm quite happy doing what I do, but I wouldn't mind swapping it to become J K Rowling for a month if only for the royalties, just as long as I didn't have to change sex.
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.
Auto Business News-August 23, 2016--Rolls-Royce launches Phantom Drophead Coupe: Beverly Hills Edition at 2016 Pebble Beach
"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. Dawn has been extremely well received in Germany and will help us continue our success." The launch of Dawn represents a seminal moment for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and promises to attract a new breed of successful, younger and dynamic customers through a highly contemporary, beautiful expression of Rolls-Royce aesthetics.
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.