coachwork


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coachwork

1. the design and manufacture of car bodies
2. the body of a car
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Top, the1950 Land Rover Series I Station Wagon Coachwork by Tickford and (right) the 1948 Land Rover Series I.
A selection of Ferraris in the sale includes a 1968 330GTC Berlinetta with coachwork by Pininfarina (estimate E290,000 - E370,000), and 1964 275GTB Berlinetta offered with well-documented period competition history (E775,000 - E925,000).
Finally, we have designed a special part that could improve the stiffness of the car coachwork.
Celebrating its diamond anniversary is Leyland Titan No 105, with coachwork by Massey Bros, of Pemberton, Wigan, in 1946.
With special coachwork by Viotti, the dark blue 38,000-mile rag-top was regularly driven around Chelsea by his wife, Britt Ekland.
Built on the 'Continental' short-wheelbase chassis, the car is fitted with all-weather cabriolet coachwork and has a number of touring options including a six-gallon supplementary fuel tank.
Then, for one brief shining decade, starting just after World War II--long after stamped- and welded-metal assembly line vehicles became the automakers' norm--the big carmakers produced popular lines featuring wood coachwork and paneling.
Elastomer profiles are deployed in quantity by the automobile industry as seals and waterproofing in coachwork.
Rolls Royce, Bentley, Duesenberg and Coachwork of Ray Dietrich to Be Featured
The Daimler has undergone a pounds 140,000 restoration and is finished in stately silver over black coachwork with a contrasting three-position cabrio hood.
Mr Patterson had acquired the Delage, a D8S Roadster with coachwork by the custom builder De Villars, at a Pebble Beach auction in 2007 for USD 3.
We could get into the coachwork with variations such as Phaeton and Laundaulet.