(under the class definition) Devices comprising a frame carrying a motor supported on one or more wheels and adapted
to be attached to a vehicle which supports the frame in part.
(1) Note. The motor may drive the wheel or wheels of the frame or a wheel or wheels of the vehicle.
(2) Note. See (2) Note of subclass 295 below regarding the apparent absence, at present, of a clear line of distinction between the art of that subclass (295) and that of this subclass (11).
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295, for a motor vehicle wherein the motor and the body frame are particularly related to one another and wherein a change-speed gearing or a clutch is mounted in common with the motor and further wherein a wheeled auxiliary frame, which is resiliently joined to the body frame, is provided for supporting the motor and the gearing or clutch; however, see also (2) Note above.
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400+, for articulated vehicles, especially subclasses 423.1+ for a motor section and a trailer supported on the rear end thereof, the motor section and trailer being separable.