Category:Automobile rolling chassis
A rolling chassis is the chassis of a car or truck, assembled together with the engine and drivetrain, but without body shell. Such rolling chassis were built by car makers, for supply to coachbuilders who would later build the bodywork. Although common in the early days of motoring, such rolling chassis are now rare. A few custom markets, such as limousines, may still use them. In some cases, a rolling chassis had a basic fuel tanks and driver's seat attached, so that they could be driven to the coachbuilder under their own power.
In restoration circles, the term is also sometimes applied to a bodyshell with suspension fitted, but with the relatively simple engine and transmission removed.
This category has only the following subcategory.
Media in category "Automobile rolling chassis"
The following 52 files are in this category, out of 52 total.
- 1930s Lea-Francis rear.jpg 442 KB
- Anadol Böcek chassis.jpg 3.54 MB
- Anadol FW11 Kent 1.6 engine.jpg 5.57 MB
- Bugatti chassi.jpg 231 KB
- Chassis (PSF).jpg 56 KB
- Chassisroulant.JPG 216 KB
- Classic Show Brno 2011 (106).jpg 3.82 MB
- De Dion chassis.jpg 175 KB
- Irisbus Daily Chassis.jpg 334 KB
- LotusRollingChassis.jpg 6.66 MB
- Napier rolling chassis.jpg 258 KB
- Oldtimer Expo 2008 - 024.jpg 878 KB
- Stanley steamer chassis.jpg 136 KB
- TeslaMotersYorkdale.JPG 4.49 MB
- TeslaMotersYorkdale2.JPG 4.92 MB
- Tracao4x4.png 417 KB
- Truckchassy10.jpg 331 KB