roadster, runabout, two-seater(noun)
an open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat
a small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse
a sea-going vessel riding at anchor in a road or bay.
A horse for riding on the road.
A sound, swift, well-fed hunter and roadster. uE00096550uE001 Thackeray.
A bicycle or tricycle adapted for common roads rather than for the racing track.
One who drives much; a coach driver.
A hunter who keeps to the roads instead of following the hounds across country.
A classic style of bicycle, usually steel-framed.
An open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat.
A person who lives along the road.
Origin: Derived from .
a clumsy vessel that works its way from one anchorage to another by means of the tides
a horse that is accustomed to traveling on the high road, or is suitable for use on ordinary roads
a bicycle or tricycle adapted for common roads rather than for the racing track
one who drives much; a coach driver
a hunter who keeps to the roads instead of following the hounds across country
A roadster is an open two-seat car with emphasis on sporty handling. While roadsters usually have soft-tops, retractable hard-tops are becoming more common.
The Roadster was or is an open two seat two passenger car usually with a rumble seat that had no glass windows except the windshield. It required side curtains for protection from the elements. Wind wings were attached to the windshield to deflect wind from the interior. For example a Ford Model A without door windows was a roadster if it had door windows it was a convertible. Incidentally an open car with a back seat and no windows was called a touring or a pheaton.
The numerical value of roadster in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of roadster in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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