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- n. A builder of horse-drawn coaches.
- n. A person or company who makes and fits the bodywork of vehicles such as cars, buses and railway carriages.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a craftsman who makes the bodies of motor vehicles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a craftsman who makes the bodies of motor vehicles
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Butler, whose warehouse was in Kneesworth Street, where Mr. Sanders 'coachbuilder's yard now is.
The gorgeous car above, the 1938 Delahaye 135 M, shows the handiwork of the influential coachbuilder Joseph Figoni, who drew some of his inspiration from aircraft design.
The Bat 11 is a remake of the BAT - Berlinetta Aerodynamica Tecnica - which has been redesigned by Bertone, the Italian coachbuilder.
EDWARD LADELL Born in HASKETON Suffolk about 1820 to CHRISTMAS LADELL and wife MARY.CHRISTMAS was born in CROSTWICK, NORFOLK, in about 1792 for most of his life he was a coachbuilder running his own business.
Although named for its inventor, the coachbuilder Joseph Hansom pictured right, the design of the cab which dominated the London streets was that of John Chapman.
Associated Press Famed Italian coachbuilder and design firm Pininfarina showed the Sintesi concept car, a sporty four-door powered by multiple hydrogen fuel cells.
The type of setup he described is a classic one: A customer would bring a chassis and engine to a coachbuilder, and the coachbuilder would make the body to the customer's specifications.
He prepared a design for the car's body, which Rollson, a coachbuilder, executed for him.
The fact that this car was rebodied as an elegant cabriolet after its racing days might have helped the price, as it was done in period by Pinin Farina, the leading Italian coachbuilder of the day.
Then a plan came into his head, and he determined to go at once to the Court tailor and coachbuilder.
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