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GM Coachwork has been in the business of converting vehicles for three decades, and offers a range of accessible designs. Robin Whitlock finds out more

The Peugeot Boxer-based Minibus Lite surprised the industry at the time of its launch in 2010, as it can be driven on a car license. GM COACHWORKS


GM Coachwork was established in 1988 by the father-in-law of the company’s present owner, David Vooght. According to the company’s Marketing Manager, Mathew Smith, David joined his father-in-law in the company in that same year, having qualified in engineering at Westland Helicopters in Yeovil. In 1992, the company began to manufacture low-floor coach-built Transits which had the lowest floor of any similar Transit at the time. […]

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