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Crewe

 (kro͞o) also Crewe and Nant·wich (nănt′wĭch′)
A town of west-central England southeast of Liverpool. It is an important railroad junction.

Crewe

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(Placename) a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop: 67 683 (2001)
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The high-end luxury car from Crewe, England starts at $180,195, while the Carrera starts at $91,100.
The last of the Rolls-Royce separate chassis-cars from Crewe, England, the Silver Cloud was the final Rolls-Royce employing body-on-frame construction," read a brief description of the vehicle.
At the moment there is a massive amount of uncertainty which is why people in industry are so worried about what Brexit will bring," said Peter Newport, director of Chemical Business Association (CBA), Crewe, England, whose members include distributors of coatings and raw materials to UK and EU customers.
The chassis will be built in Bratislava, Slovakia and the final assembly will be done at Bentley's home in Crewe, England.
Populating Bentley's design studios in Crewe, England, were torn-out images of "fuselages, pieces of architecture--particularly from Calatrava, from Zaha Hadid," says Donckerwolke.
Located at the 140-acre Bentley Crewe, England facility, the woodshop sources only sustainable woods for use in the vehicles.
Reynolds will head up operations for Bentley Motors across the Middle East and Asia Pacific markets, including sales, marketing and aftersales and will be based in Crewe, England.
Bentleys are assembled in Crewe, England, but the company is owned by the Volkswagen Group.
Since the launch of the original GT Concept at the Paris Salon in 2002, the W12-engined Continental range has gone from strength to strength with over 50,000 sales worldwide, making Bentley's factory in Crewe, England, the largest producer of 12 cylinder engines in the world.
Bentley Motors are a British manufacturer of luxury automobiles, with their headquarters in Crewe, England.
It takes 12 weeks or 480 man hours to build a Mulsanne, which is a mixture of steel, carbon-fibre and aluminium panels, plus, as mentioned, a fair amount of solid wood, which are glued, welded and hand-brazed together in Crewe, England.
This happens once every two years and gives all Bentley owners a unique opportunity to get their cars thoroughly inspected by a team of technical representatives trained at the Bentley factory at Crewe, England," said Ahmed Zayani and Sons after-sales manager Salim Mulla.