coach-built


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coach-built

adj
(of a vehicle) having specially built bodywork
ˈcoach-ˌbuilder n
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Design ingenuity ensures that a wealth of useful features are in every conversion, with luxury touches that are more frequently found on high priced coach-built models.
That moniker, denoting a unique style of lightweight chassis construction, graced the brand's finest coach-built models, including the DB4 and Lagonda Rapide, during the 1950s and '60s.
Memminger, a German Volkswagen restoration shop has revealed its own coach-built roadster named Memminger Roadster 2.7, modelled after the classic Beetle but with a mid-engine.
Adam added: "Our Race Retro auction is a rare opportunity to own one of the last coach-built Aston Martins.
Now sceptics may think this would not work, but in fairness Ford has done a good job with its "coach-built" Mondeo.
"We are listening carefully to our most special customers and assessing their interest in investing in similar, completely exclusive coach-built masterpieces.
2-Sept.4 - will be showcasing more than 200 years of coach-built luxury.
In the spirit of the great coach-built cars of the past, Rolls-Royce will create the chassis of the future, hand-built from the most advanced materials.
And there are six different models and floor plans designed, engineered and coach-built to the most exacting standards.
The drophead Rolls-Royces that carried the name Dawn continued to be coach-built for individual customers, ensuring their uniqueness and rarity.
The coach-built Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose is an elongated Defender that boasts the kind of performance more often associated with a supercar.