coachbuilding


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coachbuilding

(ˈkəʊtʃˌbɪldɪŋ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) Brit the manufacture of bodies for cars, buses, and coaches
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ARES said due to the nature of coachbuilding and beskope requirements a pricing guide of PS176,000 to PS220,000 was indicative only.
ARES said due to the nature of coachbuilding and bespoke requirements a pricing guide of [pounds sterling]176,000 to [pounds sterling]220,000 was indicative only.
If you aren't familiar with the name Vignale, it was an Italian coachbuilding firm that listed Ferrari, Maserati and Alfa among its clients.
Haajanen, a retired technical consultant, provides an illustrated dictionary of automobile body styles (excluding trucks), both historical and contemporary, and incorporating subtypes and carriage terms the auto coachbuilding industry inherited from the horse-drawn carriage era.
Ford held on to the Vignale coachbuilding name for 42 years before adding it to a hand-finished Mondeo which appeared in 2016, and now it's picking up momentum and will be appearing on more bespoke cars.
When, about one year ago, Rolls-Royce presented the 103EX to the world, it invoked its coachbuilding heritage to inspire its future clientele.
The Sweptail has been a few years in the making as the client has worked closely with Rolls-Royce designers and engineers on the coachbuilding project since 2013.
The arrival of 103EX shone a light on the future of Rolls-Royce in this field, and Sweptail is proof, today, that Rolls-Royce is at the pinnacle of coachbuilding.
BISLT is the holding company of New Long March, China's premier specialist coachbuilding company located in Beijing with whom ASGB has already successfully partnered on a number of projects.
The company again proved to have all the knowledge and staff to design and build an OB van for 31 cameras and 29 crew members with special coachbuilding, tailor-made interiors and technological solutions in time and budget and to the customer's satisfaction.
The model is designed by in-house coachbuilding division, Mulliner.
The eventual result of all this coachbuilding was invariably a host of very fast cars with luxurious bodies sitting atop the racy underpinnings.