Founded by cabinet maker Jacques Saoutchik (born Iakov Savtchuk in Russian Empire in 1880), Saoutchik was a top-class French coachbuilding company founded in 1906.
Carrosserie Vanvooren was a French Coachbuilder based in the north-western Paris suburb of Courbevoie.
Carrosserie Pourtout was a French coachbuilding company.
Letourneur & Marchand, located in the prosperous Paris suburb Neuilly-sur-Seine, was a car body manufacturing business which became one of the last French coachbuilders.
Franay was a French coachbuilder of renown operating at Levallois-Perret, a suburb on the prosperous north-western edge of Paris.
Figoni et Falaschi was a French coachbuilder firm which was responsible for some of the most elegant and graceful automobile body shapes seen from the 1930s through to the 1950s.
Spohn were a coachwork company in Ravensburg, Germany run by designer Hermann Spohn.