An open sporting-type vehicle, lightweight, with two seats and with simple bodywork.
It is an open, lightweight sporting-type vehicle with two seats and simple bodywork.
an open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat
an old vehicle, without current licence, normally uninsured, which has changed ownership several times since the last notification to DVLNI
a small, lightweight motorboat with an open cockpit.
General term for a light-weight, 2-passenger, light, fast carriage [example seen Ford Museum, Dearborn, 9/94]; used to describe light, open car of the early century.
A kind of small, lightweight, freshwater pleasurecraft intended for day use.
A small, open vehicle.
Runabouts were a popular car body style at the beginning of the 20th Century. They were small, inexpensive, open cars. Most runabouts had just a single row of seats, providing seating for two passengers.