coach-built


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coach-built

adj
(of a vehicle) having specially built bodywork
ˈcoach-ˌbuilder n
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The drophead Rolls-Royces that carried the name Dawn continued to be coach-built for individual customers, ensuring their uniqueness and rarity.
The coach-built Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose is an elongated Defender that boasts the kind of performance more often associated with a supercar.
Former engineer Carolyn, 40, from Mauchline, Ayrshire, launched Prams with Pizazz to capitalise on soaring demand for vintage coach-built models with a modern makeover.
Jack Hampshire, of Bettenham Manor, Kent, began collecting prams in the 1970s after realising that the large coach-built prams were beginning to disappear.
Lot 1: up to 27 van-converted dual purpose welfare vehicles for 14 passengers, - Lot 2: up to 33 coach-built dual purpose welfare vehicles for 14 passengers and 2 wheelchairs.
The graceful form of the Mulsanne Convertible Concept is a fusion of sportiness and coach-built elegance, its sculpted lines and muscular haunches conveying a sense of power and movement, a statement from the company said.
So there are tall, narrow tyres and traditional hand-crafted aluminium over an ash coach-built structure.
The car, a limited edition vehicle, is coach-built on demand from customers from across the world at the company's workshop in Milan.
There was no cost spared on the factory-built coupes and if they were not good enough there was a choice of numerous coach-built bodies.
A MOST five-seater convertibles are coach-built specials so I would look at alternatives.
How comfortable and warm were those coach-built prams with children being pushed everywhere in the fresh air.
The event also featured a selection of memorabilia and coach-built cars from the private collection of Dutch enthusiast Edgar Schermerhorn, which was headlined by a 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio which sold for pounds 440,000.