Door Coupe

Some articles on door coupe, door, coupes, coupe, doors:

Buick Skylark - 1980–1985
1980–1985 Class Compact Body style 2-door coupe 4-door sedan Layout FF layout Platform X-body Engine 2.5 L Tech-4 I4 2.8 L X V6 Transmission 4-speed manual 3-speed automatic Related Chevrolet ... The Skylark was available in two- or four-door sedan bodystyles, and in base, Sport, or Limited trims ... The Sport model was replaced by the T-Type, which was available only as a two-door coupe and came with the high-output version of the 2.8 L V6 engine as standard equipment ...
Oldsmobile - History - 1960s
... In 1966 a top-line Cutlass Supreme was introduced as a four-door hardtop sedan with a more powerful 320 hp (239 kW) 330 CID Jetfire Rocket V8 than the regular F-85/Cutlass models, a more luxurious interior and other ... was expanded to a full series also including two-door hardtop and pillared coupes, a convertible and a four-door pillared sedan ... Oldsmobile F-85 (1961–1972) - compact sedan, coupe and station wagon powered by a 215 CID aluminum block V8 engine from 1961 to 1963 ...
Coupé - History
... Coupelet A small car seating two or three with a folding top and full height doors with fully retractable windows ... technically not a coupe, but some car companies try and cash in on the cachet the word coupe brings) Through the 1950s, opening-roof convertible ... Coupés generally have two doors, although automobile makers have offered four-door coupés and three and five-door hatchback coupés ...
Chevrolet Corvair - History - First Generation (1960–1964)
... Model years 1960–1964 Class Compact car Body style 2-door convertible 2-door coupe 4-door sedan 4-door station wagon 6-door van 8-door van 2-door pickup truck Layout RR ... folding seat ($32) In January 1960, two-door coupe models of the 500 and 700 series were introduced ... The line quickly grew from utilitarian bench seat sedans and coupes to the more plushly appointed bucket seat interiors of the new 900 series Monza ...

Famous quotes containing the word door:

    and you said
    that I looked almost like
    a puritan lady and what
    I remember best is that
    the door to your room was
    the door to mine.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)