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  • n. The body of a motor vehicle (as opposed to the chassis).


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  • Those with a penchant for 45,000-rpm turbine engines in Italian coachwork, be forewarned: graphic footage ahead.


  • But elite civil servants still lust after Detroit iron and German coachwork.

    Pink Cadillac

  • Meet the 2011 Airstream Interstate 3500, a class "B" motor coach built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van chassis with coachwork by the good folks in Jackson Center, Ohio.

    Roughing It in a Not-So-Luxurious Luxury RV

  • One day and several calls to Airstream technical support later, I tracked down the coachwork fuse panel.

    Roughing It in a Not-So-Luxurious Luxury RV

  • With its swooping coachwork by H J Mulliner, the R-type Bentley Continental of the early 1950s is the most elegant of grand touring cars, equally at home gliding down the Autoroute du Soleil or sweeping through the Grace gates at Lord's.

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  • The antique vehicle is also a treat to look at, with its red coachwork, gold lining on the bonnet, antique lamps and a wicker picnic basket on the side.

    Baby, You Can Drive My Car

  • In addition to displaying some one hundred exotic restored vehicles with magnificent coachwork, there is a 90-foot diorama exhibiting 'barn-find' vehicles, some with a patina, from the famous Schlumph Bros.

    Jay Weston: New Mullin Automotive Museum Features Many Rare Cars

  • It was quieter here, with only the rumble of wheels and the faint creak of coachwork.


  • This model is an elegant reminder of the coachwork that went into making the cars almost 100 years ago.

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  • Just the eerie weave of chromium alloys carried in interlocking arcs, block iron and asphalt sheeting, soaring ornaments of coachwork fitted and merged.



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