coachbuilder

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a craftsman who makes the bodies of motor vehicles

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Scaglietti" is the family name of a stylist and coach-builder who worked on some of the Ferraris of the 1950s and '60s, Sergio Scaglietti of Modena, a man who has profound knowledge of working with aluminum.
Spyker is one the most famous names in the history of the Dutch car industry and traces its history back to 1898 when coach-builder brothers Jacobus and Hendrik-Jan Spijker built a Benz-engined vehicle.
Though he worked as a coach-builder for most of his life, John had always wanted to be a mechanic, so he really enjoyed the chance to get his hands dirty working on the car.
His father was a coach-builder with Hanson on Leeds Road, having worked for Charles H Roe of Crossgates, near Leeds, who made many bus bodies for Huddersfield Corporation, the Joint Omnibus Committee and for Hansons.
Binz UK Ltd, as a coach-builder utilising the E-class Mercedes as a base for its high-quality limousines and hearses has a very close relationship with the Stuttgart manufacturer.
His coach-builder father Tony painstakingly created an exact copy of the police box, although unlike the television version, the inside is a little smaller than the vast acres of space currently enjoyed by David Tennant.
EARLIER this year Cymric Conversions was voted the coach-builder of the year by Coach Builders World trade magazine.