I had one of those silly Bricklins and water wasn't too big a deal. Most of the water on the doors would be dumped onto the roof and go into the rain gutters or fall onto the windshield. You'd get a little wetter than standard doors, but not so much that it was really a deal breaker. Now the weight and complexity of the mechanisms might be a damn good reason that gullwings aren't popular. And I do remember the electrical system dying and having a rather difficult time exiting the vehicle. They certainly were attention getters though!
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