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coach-built

adj
(of a vehicle) having specially built bodywork
ˈcoach-ˌbuilder n
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5m contract to supply all the production lines of international bus and coach-builder Plaxton.
I remember buying my one and only camper wagon for pounds 1,750, brand new from the makers Thomas Hosking, a small coach-builder on the docks in Cardiff 40 years ago.
The Swallow Coachbuilding Company, based at Walsall Airport in the West Midlands, developed a design penned by coach-builder Eric Saunders, who, following a visit to California in July of 1952 felt that there was a market for sports cars in the USA, at the right price.
21 -- The Indian auto major Ashok Leyland-controlled Optare, the UK-based bus manufacturer has plans to withdraw from the luxury coach market after deciding to end its long-term partnership with Spanish coach-builder Ferqui.
ITALIAN styling house and coach-builder Pininfarina is seeking a EUR100 million cash injection in order to stay in business.
The company was founded in 1840 and Herbert's jobs over the years included blacksmith, sign-writer, woodturner, joiner, carpenter, toymaker and coach-builder (60-1560); Club RUG MAKING: Mr H Oldfield, a director of Mark Gledhill and Sons, rug manufacturers, of Ribblesden Mills, Holmfirth, watches Arnold Hirst, of Bradshaw Drive, Honley, at work on the new Platt loom in 1950.