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chassis

cha see

  • n  alternative names for the body of a human being
  • n  a metal mounting for the circuit components of an electronic device
  • n  the skeleton of a motor vehicle consisting of a steel frame supported on springs that holds the body and motor

  • I own a 1960 MGA that I restored with my own two hands, and it is a fantastic British sports car, with lovely lines penned by Syd Enever, a stiff chassis, and a floggable character.
  • It had a Brewster body, a Ford chassis, a Ford V-8 engine.
  • For speed demons, that might mean top suspension and a light chassis.
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  • Tony Stewart in WTVC
    I really feel like when you look at this program, we have support with Hendrick engines, chassis, technical support,Stewart said. "I feel we have the variables in place to go out and be competitive right away. At the same time, we know...
  • Aguri Suzuki in BBC Sport
    Suzuki added: "The change of direction of the environment surrounding the team, in terms of the use of customer chassis, has also affected our ability to find partners."
  • Lewis Hamilton in FOXSports.com
    It didn't hurt, and was just one of those things,said Hamilton, who suffered severely bruised ribs after ploughing nose first into a tyre wall at the Nurburgring in qualifying for last year's European Grand Prix. "As for the chassis, I...

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