I remember seeing a home made tractor plans in a magazine where they were using a transaxle from a VW bug for the rear end and transmission, they ran a shaft from the engine over the top and past the transmission and used a chain or toothed belt from the drive shaft to the trans input for speed reduction. Might be able to do something similar with a Subaru or Audi front drive transmission (or any other front drive car with a longitudinal engine) or use a transverse unit and send each output front and back for a AWD doodle bug. If you used the Audi or Subaru unit you could stick and industrial speed reducer in between to knock down your speed. This was a smaller lawn tractor sized unit.
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