coachwork


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coachwork

1. the design and manufacture of car bodies
2. the body of a car
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The long bonnet and sleek chassis line of the six-cylinder Speed 20, Speed 25 and the 4.3-litre allowed coachbuilders to create truly stunning coachwork.
As a result, all our coachwork creations are instruments for broadcasters built around equipment specifications, and this OB van is proof of that."
The price is steep, but reflects the hand-built coachwork that goes into this wonderfully eccentric English creation, perfectly combining the old with the new.
They found a 1956 Maserati A6G Gran Sports with coachwork by prominent designer Frua, one of just three in the world, which is estimated to sell for just under $1.6 million.
new Flying Spur offers Middle East customers a unique blend of sculpted, sleek coachwork, exquisite craftsmanship and advanced on-board technology.
Like many of these Bentley models, the chassis was produced at the Rolls-Royce factory in Crewe while some 170 miles to the south, the lightweight, aluminium coachwork was being handcrafted by H.
This silver Lexus may lack the classic coachwork of Lord Grantham's Rolls-Royce, but it's a cooler way of getting around on location in Northumberland.
The first cars, which were rebodied Morris models, used coachwork from Carbodies of Coventry and were built in premises in Alfred Lane, Oxford.
According to the Daily Express, the Daimler DB18 Drophead Coupe was built in Coventry in 1939, with coachwork by Carlton Carriage Company.
Chassis number 3 is an extraordinary, 'matching-numbers' car with original aluminium coachwork and brass brightwork.
Summary: A 1938 Horch 853 Special Roadster with coachwork by Erdmann & Rossi (chassis number 854268) has been announced as one of the jewels of the forthcoming Automobiles of London auction with an estimated value of Au1,500,000 - Au2,000,000 (USD 2.7m-3.6m).
Abstract: The paper is focused on the problem of mechanical condition design for the coachwork, taking into account the force developed by the independent suspension for each wheel of a car, with direct application and results for the Fiat Panda.