Disappearing Car Door Perfect For Your Motor Coach

The rotary drop door, also known as the disappearing car door, started as a neat concept a few months ago, and has now morphed into a full-fledged business - well, it has a website and a Youtube video, anyway.


(Disappearing car door video)

We work with the finest and most experienced coach builders in the US and Europe, ensuring that your vehicle will be manufactured to the highest quality, reliability and safety standards, including a manual override for door operation.

One thing is for sure, you will definitely grab everyone's attention when you drive a car with Disappearing Doors! No matter where you are, whether you are visiting your club, grocery store, gas station, or restaurant, your drivable work of art will be appreciated and admired. When you pull up next to other high end cars, yours will render them boring by comparison!

The video does make some good usability points; however, I don't care. This is exactly the kind of feature that I want to see on my Camden Speedster.

See the Disappearing Car Door (Rotary drop door) website to make arrangements to have your motor coach transformed.

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