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  1. Continental Aerospace Technologies - Wikipedia

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    Continental Aerospace Technologies is an aircraft engine manufacturer located at the Brookley Aeroplex in Mobile, Alabama, United States. It was originally spun off from automobile engine manufacturer Continental Motors Company in 1929 and owned by Teledyne Technologies from 1969 until December 2010. The company is now part of Aviation Industry Corporation of China, which is owned by the government of the People's Republic of China. Although Continental is most well known for its engines for lig

    • 1929
    • Continental Motors Corporation
  2. Continental Motors - Wikipedia

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    Continental Motors, Inc., formerly Teledyne Continental Motors, spun off from Continental Motors to produce aircraft engines, still operating Continental Aviation and Engineering, spun off to produce larger aircraft engines over 500 hp, today known as Teledyne Turbine Engines and organized as a division of the aircraft engine company above

  3. Teledyne Technologies - Wikipedia

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    Continental Motors was primarily owned by Ryan, and this acquisition brought Teledyne into the piston-powered engine business with both commercial and military customers. In the remainder of the 1960s, Teledyne acquired some 90 more companies.

    • 1960
    • US$ 2.902 billion (2018)
  4. Continental O-240 - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from Teledyne Continental Motors IO-240-B) The Continental O-240 engine is a four-cylinder, horizontally opposed, air-cooled aircraft engine that was developed in the late 1960s for use in light aircraft by Continental Motors, Inc. The first O-240 was certified on 7 July 1971.

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  6. Continental IO-550 - Wikipedia

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    The Continental IO-550 engine is a large family of fuel injected six-cylinder, horizontally opposed, air-cooled aircraft engines that were developed for use in light aircraft by Teledyne Continental Motors. The first IO-550 was delivered in 1983 and the type remains in production.

  7. Wisconsin Motor Manufacturing Company - Wikipedia

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    Teledyne Technologies bought Continental Motors Corporation in 1969 1971 Fuji Heavy Industries owner of Subaru appointed Teledyne Wisconsin Motor US agents for their Robin engines In late 2017 Subaru Corporation ended production and sale of their small multi-purpose engines. References [ edit ]

  8. Teledyne Turbine Engines - Wikipedia

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    In 1969, Teledyne Incorporated acquired Continental Motors Corporation, which became Teledyne Continental Motors (TCM). CAE was renamed Teledyne CAE, headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. After the 1999 sale of Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical to Northrop Grumman, and the subsequent spin-off of Teledyne Technologies Inc. by Allegheny Teledyne in November that year, Teledyne CAE was renamed Teledyne Turbine Engines.

  9. Continental Motors (Flugmotorenhersteller) – Wikipedia

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    Continental Motors, Inc. (von 1929 bis 1969 Continental Motors Corporation, von 1969 bis 2011 Teledyne Continental Motors) ist ein US-amerikanischer, in Mobile (Alabama) ansässiger Hersteller von Flugzeugtriebwerken. Seit 2011 gehört Continental zum chinesischen Staatskonzern AVIC.

  10. Continental AV1790 - Wikipedia

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    The Continental AV1790 is an American V12 engine used in armored vehicles.Produced by Continental Motors, the AV1790 was used in a variety of limited production and pilot heavy tanks, including the M53 and M55 howitzers, and the T30 and M103 tanks.

  11. Continental Motors Company | Tractor & Construction Plant ...

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    In 1969, Teledyne Incorporated acquired Continental Motors, which became Teledyne Continental Motors (TCM). That same year, the Continental Tiara series of high output engines were introduced, although they were dropped from the line after 1978.