coachbuilder

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a craftsman who makes the bodies of motor vehicles

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From the local coach builder, one of the stars is Scania Aerobus, a premium low entry bus that is manufactured locally.
Coach Builder Limited, a Florida-based company, has unveiled the Dodge Challenger convertible at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
In 1845 Joseph Wright, a coach builder from London, decided that he needed to embrace the new mode of transportation.
Wynne, a coach builder, was jailed for two years and four months, and Budi, a lorry driver, was given a two-year sentence.
Meanwhile, society spokesman Bob Barnsdale says it is employing a coach builder and engineer to restore a "Bournemouth car" tram.
The largest of the transactions has been the successful completion of a joint venture between PMG Developments and railway coach builder Pullman to complete the sale of a prime eight-acre site close to Cardiff city centre to house a major new campus complex for Cardiff University.
The sorry saga of incompetence and indifference has brought despair to the 66-year-old retired coach builder, who is divorced and lives alone.
Audrey Fay Simpson was born in 1926, daughter of a coach builder, and grew up in Geelong, Victoria.
amp; CERIZAY, France -- Heuliez SAS, designer and coach builder for over 100 years, will divest more than 750 patents relating to hard top convertible design as the company shifts away from the automotive market in order to focus on other business.
Neither the coach builder nor the OEM platform supplier would take responsibility for the myriad of problems experienced.
It just sticks in your craw a bit when a 62-year-old man is a trained coach builder and a very good one, has to work for a private company that makes caravan parts and fibreglass parts for a minimum wage, the same as an 18-year-old.
The Record revealed yesterday how coach builder Scott Kelly, 46, tried to rescue the man - only to discover he was already dead.
He was a joint founder of Mountain Ash and of Glamorgan County but the apprentice coach builder, then collier in Nixon's Navigation Colliery, turned to Rugby League.
Winner, Grand BAAV Award - Coach Builder of the Year
Spyker was founded in 1875 as a coach builder and made its first car in 1898.