landaulet

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landaulet

(ˌlændɔːˈlɛt) or

landaulette

n
1. a small landau
2. (Automotive Engineering) US an early type of car with a folding hood over the passenger seats and an open driver's seat
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She had something to suffer, perhaps, when they came into contact again, in seeing Anne restored to the rights of seniority, and the mistress of a very pretty landaulette; but she had a future to look forward to, of powerful consolation.
It was whilst his thoughts traveled in this fashion that the electric landaulette of Lady Ruth Barrington glided round the corner from St.
In related news, Queen Elizabeth II is also selling her 1950 Rolls Royce Phantom IV State Landaulette. The vehicle was so special because only 18 of the same kind were ever produced by the manufacturer.
A 1950 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV State Landaulette, one of only 18 made and used by theRoyalsover 40 years, is being put up for auction for an eye-watering [pounds sterling]2 million.
And one of the more expensive items on sale, the hotel's Daimler motor landaulette went for PS290.
"These are a beautiful Beauford Convertible, Viscount Landaulette and an Imperial Landaulette.
Granting Anne the luxury of being "mistress of a very pretty landaulette," the self-centered Mary consoles herself with the prospect of a settled estate and a more consequential station in her family than Anne will enjoy (272).
We now have a fleet of cars to be proud of and have a unique range of vintage style classic cars from the 1930s to 1960s which includes: Beauford Tourer Convertibles, Badsworth Landaulette, Bramwith Landaulette Limousine, Regent Convertible, Beetle Convertible and 7 seat Vanden Plas Limousines.
The wedding chauffeur missing feared killed at the wheel of a Daimler DS420 State Landaulette Limousine had not been named last night but is believed to have been in his 70s.
Kim Turner, from Southport, in a 1927 Rolls Royce 20 Landaulette 050715CLASSICCARS_01 Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
Sir Adoph had the Rolls-Royce, which comes with its own champagne holder and picnic basket, fitted with a Landaulette body so he could be chauffeur driven around.
The wedding: Lucy and her dad, 62-year-old David, travelled to the church in an ivory Daimler Landaulette limousine.