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An arched entry and flat, clay-tile roofline speak to the home’s Mediterranean Revival roots.
Paris has mostly succeeded in keeping its roofline even (despite a towering icon that depends on cunningly non-vertical lift technology).
Doerr probably took this photo circa 1861 or 1865, from the evidence of the U.S. flag, Alamo church roofline and carts delivering supplies to the Army Quartermaster’s Depot, housed at the Alamo in those years.
The fastback roofline is highlighted by a unique side-window surround that features a finlike C-pillar marked with GT badging.
Once past the rear door openings, which are still somewhat tight, the back seats feel plenty roomy and airy, even if the fast roofline’s C-pillars darken the atmosphere somewhat.
The extra-fast roofline constricts rearward visibility, so a backup camera with LCD display in the rearview mirror is standard equipment.
Back to Ranch DressingEyebrow Dormer Romanesque homes, this curved dormer barely peeks above the roofline.
This one comes with a lower roofline, sharper windshield angle, and longer wheelbase than the regular Enclave SUV.
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