The prototype Land Rover was designed by a Jeep owner and built on a Jeep chassis.
On these wooden rails was the chassis of a Ford car, and we rode in state.
You have slept at the wheel and in the chassis, after hours of work.
A small trolley was fitted to the chassis of the machine and this ran along the railway.
But the majority of what they did not dare trust to the gas-bag they carried in the chassis.
As the tops pass by these men quickly bolt them into place, and the completed body is sent to a place where it awaits the chassis.
His demeanor had completely changed since he had climbed into the chassis.
And if chassis is to impose itself from sheer necessity what is to be done with it?
A chassis, suitable for a 71⁄2 horse-power quick-speed, two-cylinder motor, is shown in Fig. 227.
Install the two shakeproof washers over the chassis mounting studs.
"base frame of an automobile," 1903, American English; earlier "window frame" (1660s), from French châssis "frame," Old French chassiz (13c.) "frame, framework, setting," from chasse "case, box, eye socket, snail's shell, setting (of a jewel)," from Latin capsa "box, case;" see case (n.2) + French -is, collective suffix for a number of parts taken together. Cf. sash (n.2).