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convertible

adjective capable of being exchanged, changeable, commutable, commutative, complementary, correlative, counterchangeable, exchangeable, mutable, permutable, reciprocative, reversible, substitutive, transformable, transmutable, transposable
Associated concepts: convertible bond rule, convertible bonds, convertible coupon bonds, convertible securities
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'We have attracted well over 150 members, and now have over 14 cars here in Birmingham and six in our new branch in Altrincham in Cheshire,' said Mr Lowell The club's fleet includes: a Porsche 911 Carrera 2 Tiptronic; Porsche Boxster; Ferrari 328GTB and GTS; Maserati 3200 Gt; V12 E-Type Jaguar Drop Head Coupe; 3.8 litre Jaguar Mk II; V8 Daimler; 6 litre V12 Lister Jaguar; Triumph TR6; V8 Aston Martin GT; Bentley Mulsanne S; V8 Mercedes 450SL; V8 Mercedes 350SL; Ford Focus RS; Ferrari Mondial T Cabriolet; Porsche 911; MGTF; Triumph GT6 and a Panther Lima.
But it's not this, or the fact that the mother-in-law as a legally recognised species is dwindling in 21st-century Britain, that has seen her drop head first off the comedy agenda.
His first car was an Armstrong Sidley drop head coup, which he reckoned was one of the best cars for posing around Glasgow in the sixties.
Slide arms forward and drop head. Hold for 20 seconds.
Elliotts Car Audio of Coventry has installed a VDO Dayton MS5000 full colour navigation system into a 1959 Jaguar XK150 Drop Head Coupe.
The 101EX is a fixed-head coupe version of the Phantom saloon and it will extend the Rolls-Royce range to four cars - the Phantom saloon, the long wheelbase Phantom, the Phantom drop head coupe (convertible) and now this.
Kathryn Nichols lost control and fell down a 20-metre drop head first on to a steel avalanche barricade as she skied just ahead of her father.
On the other hand, the remaining four main groups witnessed a price drop headed by the telecommunication, food and beverages, and housing and electricity segments, which declined 11.9 percent, 3.4 percent, and 2.9 percent respectively.