Ceremonial vehicle built, as per tradition, for the three illegitimate children of King João V - the Princes António, Gaspar and José - known as meninos (children) de Palhavã because they lived in the Palace of Palhavã.
The decoration is attributed to the woodworker Silvestre de Faria and the painter José da Costa Negreiros.
Is called a coupé coach because its body is cut off at the front, and the interior only has one seat for two people.
The hood is of black leather, with tacks work decoration.
The panels and doors display paintings of spirits and cherubs, holding garlands and festoons next to the shied with the Portuguese Royal Coat of Arms.
The interior is upholstered in red velvet and a damask coverd seat.