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Old 08-17-2012, 06:36 PM   #1
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Gullwing Doors

I know the new Mercedes Gullwing has its fans and its critics.
I've been a fan of gullwing doors ever since I was a kid; from a blue car & red flying camaro in 80s cartoon shows to the Delorean time machine.
Now I'm not talking about Lambo doors. Frankly I've seen them as custom jobs from sedans to classy sports cars to SUVs..

My fav modern sports car is actually not all too modern. Its the Ferrari 355 and frankly to me its the best looking Ferrrari ever. But I always imagined owning one with gullwing doors.
I've heard of places that do the job and was wondering if it was possible.
The plan is to get the targa version and use that as a base. That way we avoid cutting a perfectly solid hard roof. Then use the same plan and design as the Delorean to make the doors; so they are practical in everyday car parks.

Anyone got ideas??
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