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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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Some cars were fitted with one-off bespoke coachwork by London coachbuilders such as Lancefield and Offord.
The Corniche was ordered in Mason Black coachwork with a red leather interior and rear picnic tables, a rare addition on a convertible model.
The Rolls-Royce features unmarked regal red coachwork teamed with a cream hide interior and red carpets.
In second place, just eight penalty points behind the winner was the stunning 1928 6C 1500 Super Sport with coachwork by Stabilimenti Farina, an official car from the FCA Heritage collection, which is normally on display at the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo.
In second place, just eight points behind the victor, was the 6C 1500 Super Sport dating from 1928 with coachwork by Stabilimenti Farina, an official car from the FCA Heritage collection, which is normally on display at the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo.
Concours chairman, Sandra Button, said, 'Interest in Citroen among collectors has seen exponential growth in recent years, and the Concours is pleased to showcase custom coachwork Citroens that offer the best of French technology and design.'
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.
We're designing and producing many unseen mechanical and engineering modifications while ARES will turn it into a package which will be a tour-de-force of coachwork and interior craftsmanship and quality."
Other notable vehicles which went under the hammer at the sale included an original right hand drive 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GT E Series, with coachwork by Scaglietti and design by Pininfarina, which went for PS374,000 and a 1977 Ferrari 512 BB that featured at the 1977 London Motor Show, which sold for PS225,000.
The new Flying Spur V8 shares its W12 stablemate's unique blend of sculpted, sleek, elegant coachwork, exquisite craftsmanship and advanced technology, while offering its renowned 4.0-litre twin turbo V8 engine.