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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Racing driver Bernd Schneider skilfully drove the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL 'Gullwing' for the Swiss watchmaking company on the route from Langwies to Arosa at the 15th edition of the hill climb event.
Hoffman was a driving force behind the car that cemented the identity of Mercedes-Benz in America: the iconic 300SL Gullwing.
The company's architecturally designed and fully insulated trailer has space for two adults who enter/exit through a pair of gullwing doors.
The 1954 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing headlines the Silverstone Auctions sale on July 27 and 28.
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It features newly designed frameless gullwing doors made from CFRP, as are the windscreen frame and the side skirts.
FIGURE 2 shows the same type of reflow wicking defect on a gullwing lead with the solder reflowing preferentially to the lead, rather than equally between the pad and lead.
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.
The time machine created out of a DeLorean gullwing car was a stroke of genius - as it both summed up the 80s and added a touch of futuristic glamour to the film.
Despite the crowd-pleasing gullwing doors, other exotic supercar rivals have more exclusive looks, especially inside.