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a car that resembles a convertible but has a fixed rigid top

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Event sponsor MINI USA will have three models of The New MINI Hardtop 4 Door on display, one of which will be featured as part of an interactive MINI Playboy Mansion photo set .
By the way, the HMMWV's LIN won't change when you install the helmet hardtop.
Going topless is especially pleasant thanks to quiet engines and good wind-proofing and, if the weather changes, you are just 22 seconds away from the protection of a hardtop roof.
The bright red 2007 Volkswagen Eos hardtop convertible had come through its unexpected environmental test with flying colors.
ALARM bells started ringing when I first heard about the MX-5 Roadster CoupA, which is the folding hardtop version of the wonderful MX-5.
According to Chrysler, Husky uses a locomotive-sized injection-molding machine with an 8,800-ton clamp force to make the hardtops.
In a master design stroke, the company added custom integrated hardtops to its popular MediterranE[umlaut]e 50, 47 and 43 models that enhance their sleek lines without detracting from their stellar performance.
Auto Business News-August 11, 2015--BMW to remove steel hardtops for new convertibles
7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Canvas Creations will exhibit boat hardtops made with Vycom's Seaboard (TM) material at the Annual U.
We've had several of our M998 HMMWVs outfitted with the new fiberglass hardtops.
Five of the double cab vehicles have been fitted with hardtops and twin dog cages, while the other two are being operated on general duties as pick-ups.
The JeeTops[TM] front panels have a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of $1295 and are available for both the 2-door and the 4-door three-piece factory hardtops.
Although sedans like the 540 and estates like the V50 have hardtops that utilize the roof structure in order to deal with crash energy management, the C70 doesn't afford that opportunity.