custom-built

[kuhs-tuhm-bilt]
adjective
built to individual order: a custom-built limousine.

Origin:
1920–25

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custom-build

[kuhs-tuhm-bild]
verb (used with object), custom-built, custom-building.
to build to individual order: The company will custom-build a kitchen cabinet to your specifications.

Origin:
1955–60

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custom-built
 
adj
(of cars, houses, etc) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer

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Example sentences
Eight of the custom-built squares are planters with drainage holes.
So the preserve the whole grain by dehulling it in a custom-built centrifuge.
From the innards of a new box of tricks emerge parts for a car, custom-built
  medical implants, miniature batteries.
The big routers and network-switching equipment that make up its core business
  are custom-built to order.
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