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Body-on-frame is an automobile construction method. Mounting a separate body to a rigid frame that supports the drivetrain was the original method of building automobiles, and continues to this day. Originally frames were made of wood (commonly ash), but steel ladder frames became common in the 1930s. It is technically not comparable to newer unibody designs, and almost no modern vehicle uses it (other than trucks).

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  • Body-on-frame
  • Bastidor (vehículo)
  • Carrosserie sur châssis
  • フレーム形式 (自動車)
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  • Body-on-frame is an automobile construction method. Mounting a separate body to a rigid frame that supports the drivetrain was the original method of building automobiles, and continues to this day. Originally frames were made of wood (commonly ash), but steel ladder frames became common in the 1930s. It is technically not comparable to newer unibody designs, and almost no modern vehicle uses it (other than trucks).
  • Un bastidor es la estructura principal compuesta por largueros y travesaños que unidos forman el chasis del vehículo.
  • フレーム形式(フレームけいしき)とは、自動車の構造の技術。 自動車の車台構造は、セパレートフレーム、アンセパレートフレーム、ユニコンストラクション(モノコック、ユニボディー)に大別される。
  • La carrosserie sur châssis est une méthode de construction automobile. Le montage séparé de la carrosserie sur un châssis rigide qui prend en charge la transmission fut la méthode originale de construction d'automobiles, dont l'assemblage est encore employé. À l'origine, les châssis furent faits en bois (généralement du frène), mais les châssis en échelle d'acier devinrent communs dans les années 1930. Elle n'est techniquement pas comparable aux nouveaux dessins monocoque, et peu de véhicules modernes les utilisent encore outre les camions.
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  • Body-on-frame is an automobile construction method. Mounting a separate body to a rigid frame that supports the drivetrain was the original method of building automobiles, and continues to this day. Originally frames were made of wood (commonly ash), but steel ladder frames became common in the 1930s. It is technically not comparable to newer unibody designs, and almost no modern vehicle uses it (other than trucks).
  • Un bastidor es la estructura principal compuesta por largueros y travesaños que unidos forman el chasis del vehículo.
  • フレーム形式(フレームけいしき)とは、自動車の構造の技術。 自動車の車台構造は、セパレートフレーム、アンセパレートフレーム、ユニコンストラクション(モノコック、ユニボディー)に大別される。
  • La carrosserie sur châssis est une méthode de construction automobile. Le montage séparé de la carrosserie sur un châssis rigide qui prend en charge la transmission fut la méthode originale de construction d'automobiles, dont l'assemblage est encore employé. À l'origine, les châssis furent faits en bois (généralement du frène), mais les châssis en échelle d'acier devinrent communs dans les années 1930. Elle n'est techniquement pas comparable aux nouveaux dessins monocoque, et peu de véhicules modernes les utilisent encore outre les camions.
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