If youre asking why is aluminum used in car bodies the answer would be because its lighter than steel but still is rigid and strong enough to be used in the frame. Aluminum is not made specifically for car bodies/frames… Full Answer
The sheet metal used to make car bodies is low carbon steel. High carbon steel is too brittle for an application like this. The low carbon steel is easy to work, has good strength, and doesn't end up brittle when… Full Answer
Holden started business in Australia in 1856. The company made saddlery, and moved into car bodies when car manufactures built engine and chassis only. General Motors bought Holden in 1931. Holden built its' first complete car in Australia in 1948.
metal and plastic and aliminium ^ wrong! aluminium - for car bodies + wheel hubs. iron/steel - for car bodies. copper - for electrical wires. lead - for lead-acid batteries. plastic - for dials, dashboards + bumpers. pvc - for… Full Answer
There lies friction between two bodies when either both or either one moving. The friction between car tyre and mud surface is not sufficient to move the car forward which made the tyre spin without movement of car. There is… Full Answer
Fiberglass has been used for decades. The original 1953 Chevrolet Corvette body was made of fiberglass. The Glasspar G2 built in 1949 was made of fiberglass but they just made bodies not a complete car. The Kaiser-Darrin 161 built in… Full Answer