coachwork


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coachwork

(ˈkəʊtʃˌwɜːk)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) the design and manufacture of car bodies
2. (Automotive Engineering) the body of a car
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coachwork

[ˈkəʊtʃwəːk] N (Brit) → carrocería f
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Other notable vehicles which went under the hammer at the sale included an original right hand drive 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GT E Series, with coachwork by Scaglietti and design by Pininfarina, which went for PS374,000 and a 1977 Ferrari 512 BB that featured at the 1977 London Motor Show, which sold for PS225,000.
After-sales service and maintenance, diagnosis and repair of motor vehicles (including motorcycles, cars, vans, trucks, dumpers, coachwork, trailers and semi-trailers), including spare parts and konsumativi.
One of the last Solihullbuilt Defenders - a 2016 110 Heritage Edition and one of only 400 made - went for PS42,188 and a rare 1950 Series One Station Wagon with coachwork by Tickford, sold for a world record price of PS38,250.
Like many of these Bentley models, the chassis was produced at the Rolls-Royce factory in Crewe while some 170 miles to the south, the lightweight, aluminium coachwork was being handcrafted by H.
This silver Lexus may lack the classic coachwork of Lord Grantham's Rolls-Royce, but it's a cooler way of getting around on location in Northumberland.
The gold leaf coachwork is offset by white leather upholstery and the Caddy also has driving lamps that move with the steering wheel.
Among an estimated E5 million worth of motor cars and automobilia on offer at the sale, during the Spa Classic weekend, is a 1942 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 3rd Series Sport with coachwork by Diamante that participated in the 2000 Mille Miglia (estimate E375,000 - E525,000), an entirely original 1936 Delahaye Type 135M 20CV Competition Coupe with coachwork by Henri Chapron (E90,000 - E110,000), and a 1968 Lamborghini Miura P400 Coupe that was factory-restored under the supervision of Lamborghini's legendary chief test driver Valentino Balboni (E450,000 - E650,000).
It is the only one of its kind with coachwork by Italian design house Bertone and made its debut at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show.
According to the Daily Express, the Daimler DB18 Drophead Coupe was built in Coventry in 1939, with coachwork by Carlton Carriage Company.
Chassis number 3 is an extraordinary, 'matching-numbers' car with original aluminium coachwork and brass brightwork.
Finished in stately silver over black coachwork with a contrasting three-position cabrio hood, the exterior is complemented by a green leather bench seat in the front and sideways seat in the rear, while a wooden dashboard houses period black Jaeger instruments.
Summary: A 1938 Horch 853 Special Roadster with coachwork by Erdmann & Rossi (chassis number 854268) has been announced as one of the jewels of the forthcoming Automobiles of London auction with an estimated value of Au1,500,000 - Au2,000,000 (USD 2.