Continental drive

Continental drive
Continental drive Con`ti*nen"tal drive (Automobiles) A transmission arrangement in which the longitudinal crank shaft drives the rear wheels through a clutch, change-speed gear, countershaft, and two parallel side chains, in order. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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