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Which French make is this, made from the late 1960s to the early 80s, available in diesel, four-door, wagon, coupe, convertible and pickup truck versions?

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This once-common but potentially dangerous feature keeps reappearing, including on a 2020 model.

The 2020 Lincoln Continental includes "coach doors," which are hinged to open towards the front and back of the car on a single side. Rolls-Royce also calls these coach doors, but you may know them as "suicide," "flex," "freestyle," "rear access" or "rear-hinged" doors. In one country, they gained the nickname "kidnapper doors." They might have been called "gangster doors," the story goes, because they make it easier for victims to make a forced exit from the vehicle while it's rolling. They were used on some pickup trucks in the past as a way of providing easier access to the rear seat in extended cabs. Door designs that limit rear access until the front doors are open made this convenience a popular feature on newer models such as the BMW i3 and the Honda Element. These are now called "clamshell doors."

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