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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The rarest vehicle in the sale is the 1933 Pierce-Arrow 836 with two-door Club Brougham coachwork.
The car has black coachwork, beige leather seats, a walnut interior and traditional brass and
Course leader Gill Dunkerley said: "Second year National BTEC Graphics students have been set the task of designing a logo, menu plus coachwork for a delivery van for a sushi bar.
The exterior is presented in black coachwork with magnolia hide, black painted wire wheels, red painted grille and racing roundels, whilst the car - registration MDA 818 - is also supplied with a history file, current road fund license and MoT road test certificate valid until January 2011.
old-timer The 1909 Renault with coachwork by Rippon Bros, of Huddersfield
The upper structure of the car is aluminium - which appears in its natural colour - while the rest of the coachwork is of composite materials.
A Swansea University spokeswoman said: "These enhanced safety features have been introduced as part of a two year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the university's Institute for Innovation and School of Engineering and the Brecon-based coachwork company.
People swarmed over the last tram taking away bits of coachwork and every electric light bulb as souvenirs.
This is a typical Edwardian car with phaeton coachwork and was completely restored in 1997 by mature students from Manchester College of Arts and Technology.
In Division One, The Arms City Coachwork were the day's top scorers, slamming eight past struggling The Cove without reply.
At least if it was a Routemaster, I would be confident that the coachwork would be near perfect.
The Defender Black features distinctive black coachwork, leather trim, single-slot CD player, air conditioning and alloy wheels - features more usual on an executive car while retaining all the off-road capability of this iconic Land Rover.