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  • n. Plural form of bodyshell.

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  • This includes tearing apart completed bodies with specialist cutting gear to analyse the breaking point of a seam or weld as well as minutely measuring the accuracy of finished components and bodyshells - a remarkable 588 functions and relationships are measured to ensure complete precision.

    Automotive Headlines

  • In addition to cutting apart bodyshells, Bentley uses ultrasonic measuring equipment to analyse the strength and consistency of individual welds.

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  • The bodyshells will then be shipped 120 miles east to Oshawa where a third shift will build the Equinox alongside the Impala.

    Autoblog

  • The conventional chain-driven conveyor has been replaced by a system employing urethane rollers to move bodyshells along the assembly line.

    Autoblog

  • The chemical process offers motorsport preparation companies a simpler and safer method for stripping and cleaning bodyshells.

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  • 'We have recently completed programmes for WRC, Group N, WTCC and S2000 bodyshells as well as an increasing number of individual cars for national competitors.

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  • VW reportedly assembled three separate five-door Golf bodyshells, one solely using steel, one using a mixture of low-cost materials and one using nothing but exotic, high-tech materials.

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  • The partially equipped Cayenne bodies come by rail from Bratislava, the Panamera bodyshells by rail from the Volkswagen plant in Hanover.

    Automotive Headlines

  • The creation of bodyshells which were significantly stiffer, as well as lighter, meant that all models delivered even more responsive handling.

    Automotive Headlines

  • In 1958, the year in which Abarth & C. Spa was recognised as a solid international company, an important agreement was sealed which allowed Abarth & C. to use the semi-finished bodyshells of cars on which they could design their conversions using special parts.

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