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coach-built

adj
(of a vehicle) having specially built bodywork
ˈcoach-ˌbuilder n
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But nothing surprises funeral coachbuilders Wilcox, who surveyed 214 funeral directors throughout the UK to discover just what weird and whacky vehicles they had been asked for.
Around 900 Jupiters were made between 1950 and 1954, some being supplied as a chassis to external coachbuilders including Stabilimenti Farina, Ghia Suisse and Abbot of Farnham.
Contractor name : JOHN DENNIS COACHBUILDERS LIMITED
The automaker promoted the XTS to coachbuilders, providing three different chassis builds specifically engineered to become extended sedans, stretch limousines and funerary vehicles.
Aston Villa the See The book explains the connection with Ringtons Tea, and recalls the meteoric rise and equally dramatic end of one of the bestknown coachbuilders of the post-war years.
HOPE: Monbeg Dude, ridden by Tom Scudamore (right), in the Oakley Coachbuilders Handicap Chase
His father Bill had worked as a craftsman at Duple Coachbuilders in London before establishing his own business, Begg's Luxury Coaches, with his brother Robin in 1948.
The huge engine is mounted behind the car's stylish blue leather-clad bucket seats and its exterior was styled by famed Italian coachbuilders Carrozzeria Bertone.
Today, Lord Mayor of Newcastle Thomas McCutcheon with a group employees of North Coachbuilders after he had accepted the first of a fleet of 70-seater trolley buses to be used on the Benton circular route .
FRANKIE ANSON can do the business for Micky Hammond in the Oakley Coachbuilders Novices4 Handicap Chase at Newbury.
The Oxfordshire-based Olympic Coachbuilders Ltd manufactured the entire fleet of vehicles operated by the Merrick Francis-owned Lambourn Racehorse Transport (LTR), which is Europe's biggest horse transport business.
Neath Coachbuilders acquired the assets of Transport Hydraulics after that business went into receivership.