Body

Motor Vehicle Body or simply Body means that portion of the Motor Vehicle mounted on the chassis or frame or unibody, including fenders, bumpers, windshields, glass, and similar components of motor vehicle bodies as distinguished from the chassis, seats, motor, transmission, air conditioning condenser, radiator, and other accessories for propulsion and general running gear of motor vehicles.

Body means that the portion of the Motor Vehicle mounted on the chassis or frame or unibody, including fenders, bumpers, windshields, glass, and similar components of motor vehicle bodies is distinguished from the chassis, seats, motor, transmission, air conditioning condenser, radiator, and other accessories for propulsion and general running gear of motor vehicles.

A vehicle frame, also known as its chassis, is the main supporting structure of a motor vehicle to which all other components are attached, comparable to the skeleton of an organism. Until the 1930s, virtually every (motor) vehicle had a structural frame, separate from the car’s body.

This construction design is known as body-on-frame. Since then, nearly all passenger cars have received unibody construction, meaning their chassis and bodywork have been integrated into one another. The last UK mass-produced car with a separate chassis was the Triumph Herald, which was discontinued in 1971. However, nearly all trucks, buses, and pickups continue to use a separate frame as their chassis. (EnDBPedia)

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