what's the difference between a 911 convertible and cabriolet?

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Asked by May 12, 2014 at 03:32 PM about the Porsche 911

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Should be the same.

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Cabriolet means, without top. However, a more accurate description is a folding top. A Convertible. Convert it without a top.

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What Americans call it (Vert) and what Germans call it (Cab), same car. Call it...your choice.

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The spelling.

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