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soft top

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(Automotive Engineering) a convertible car with a roof made of fabric rather than metal
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Four-seat soft-tops tend to have the provenance of much bigger often costlier models, which tend not to have that nippy, zippy handling that makes them perfect for the town.
The soft-tops will be available in two colours - Nutria Beige and Black Canvas.
Most small soft-tops need vibration dampers to try and take care of that but this Beetle doesn't need them.
POLICE in Leamington are urging car owners with soft-tops to be extra careful about where they park them overnight.
A total of 200 SVX vehicles will be made available in the UK, comprising 140 two-seat Defender 90 soft-tops and 60 four-seat Defender 90 station wagons.
If anything, the decision to name it the victor for the third year running was made even easier, because CC-style convertibles are proving just as susceptible to the seasonal shift in values that afflicts traditional soft-tops.
For the last few years, the Saab 9-3 has been Britain's best-selling premium brand for four-seater soft-tops and after spending a week with one recently, I know why.
SAAB dubs its soft-tops 'four-season' convertibles and the 9-3 certainly fits the bill.
Although we enjoyed just 66 days of sun-shine last year,UK sales of soft-tops came in at 98,316, which is four times the number sold in Italy, where there was twice the amount of sunlight at 136 days.
Get the wind in your hair:; New Mini soft-tops will be on our roads in summer
The 911 tops, as well as the Boxster hard- and soft-tops, the Mercedes G-class soft top, and the Ferrari 360 are handled in a plant in Korntal-Munchen, near Stuttgart.
After endless wet weather, Angelenos crawled from their burrows to hit the sidewalks, push the strollers, ride the bicycles, lower the soft-tops, roll down the windows - blast the hip-hop - and rush construction work before the next deluge.