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  1. Continental Motors Company, a defunct American automobile engine manufacturer, and briefly a complete automobile manufacturer Continental Aerospace Technologies, formerly Teledyne Continental Motors, spun off from Continental Motors to produce aircraft engines, still operating

    Continental Motors - Wikipedia

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  3. Continental Motors Company - Wikipedia

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    Continental Motors Company was an American manufacturer of internal combustion engines. The company produced engines as a supplier to many independent manufacturers of automobiles, tractors, trucks, and stationary equipment (such as pumps, generators , and industrial machinery drives) from the 1900s through the 1960s.

  4. Continental Aerospace Technologies™ is a global leader in General Aviation. We are the only company to offer a full range of gasoline and Jet-A engines, as well as avionics services. We have significant operations on three continents, a global supply chain, highly experienced teams, and outstanding MRO capabilities in Continental Services™.

  5. Continental Motors — Historic Detroit

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    The Continental Motor Co. was founded in 1905 on the far west side of Michigan, in the town of Muskegon. The company began by building automobile engines and later also became known for their aircraft engines. As business grew, another location was needed. What better place to build motors than the Motor City itself? Built by Kahn

  6. Continental Motors Company - Wikiwand

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    Continental Motors Company was an American manufacturer of internal combustion engines. The company produced engines as a supplier to many independent manufacturers of automobiles, tractors, trucks, and stationary equipment from the 1900s through the 1960s.

  7. Continental Motors - Wikipedia

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    Continental Motors Company, a defunct American automobile engine manufacturer, and briefly a complete automobile manufacturer Continental Aerospace Technologies, formerly Teledyne Continental Motors, spun off from Continental Motors to produce aircraft engines, still operating

  8. Continental AG - Wikipedia

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    Continental AG, commonly known as Continental or colloquially as Conti, [3] is a German multinational automotive parts manufacturing company that specializes in tires, brake systems vehicle electronics, automotive safety, powertrain, chassis components, tachographs, and other parts for the automotive and transportation industries.

  9. Continental Automotive - Passenger Cars Home

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