coachbuilding


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coachbuilding

(ˈkəʊtʃˌbɪldɪŋ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) Brit the manufacture of bodies for cars, buses, and coaches
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Mulliner, the bespoke coachbuilding division of Bentley Motors, has handcrafted 100 unique key cases to commemorate the handover of each Mulsanne W.O.
* Traditional coachbuilding skills combine with original and newly manufactured parts
Coachbuilding at Rolls-Royce ended in the 1960s, but in 2017, the craft made a triumphant return in the form of 'Sweptail' -- a fully bespoke, coachbuilt commission for a customer seeking 'the ultimate grand tourer'.
One of these companies was Pontypridd Coachbuilding and Wheelwright Co, which was, at one point, the largest horse-drawn-vehicle manufacturer in Wales.
One of these companies was Pontypridd Coachbuilding and Wheelwright Co which was, at one point, the largest horse-drawn vehicle manufacturer in Wales.
Romanian coachbuilding company Romturingi has developed a pickup based on the new-gen Duster.
But an accident working as a coachbuilding apprentice cost him half his left index finger - making judo holds impossible.
"We did all the coachbuilding. Instead of buying a pre-made coachwork from third parties, as most of the other companies do, we are very proud to have our inhouse coachwork department that relies exclusively on internal resources.
Arnold Clark have their very own coachbuilding facility, converting bespoke trucks and vans to precise specification.
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.