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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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3 -- 4) At left, Palestinian performer Ragtop, aka Nizar Wattad, is flanked by co-authors Omar Chakaki and Mark Gonzales.
The BMW 325i convertible costs over $9000 more and Saab's ragtop is over $8000 more than their respective two-door models.
But, for me, the ragtop is the most appealing, especially when its black soft roof is on, showing off its profile.
VAUXHALL isn't prepared to let Ford get away with its Streetka ragtop without a fight, so expect to see its own Corsa-based convertible in September.
Like 'She wants to do right, but not right now' which is how Miss Ohio feels as she 'drives around with her ragtop down' in the opening song.
Whichever one you go for, the Z4 comes with everything you could ask for in a luxury ragtop.
In 1989, the company produced the industry's first, and so far only, convertible pickup - a ragtop version of Dodge Dakota.
The C70 convertible is the first Volvo ragtop since the 1950s.
Prices for a better-known car, say a '70 Mustag Boss 429 ragtop, range from $2,000 for #6/boxes of parts, to almost $60.
1966 Plymouth Sport Fury convertible, sold, $8,400: Driven only 11,500 miles since new, this 51-year-old, one-owner ragtop appears in tiptop condition.
It is a true four-seater and as a ragtop has a market almost to itself.
Door seals do what they should do, and the level of grip between window and ragtop frame is excellent, creating a perfect seal.