It looks like the tourabout had no top but cost the same as the touring
And no rear doors either. Very curious about the pricing.
Landaulet seems to be a town car without the windshield and the top for the driver but cost $100 more
Looking at the Tourabout, I have a question. Why does the Runabout (Roadster?) with a rear seat (mother-inlaw) only accommodate one person and not two?
As I understand it, the top, windshield and gas headlights were extra and not included until later.
It makes me feel better about my idea to operate my 1924 touring car at weddings without a top. I feel like it looks better without a folded top and is easier to enter and exit without a roof because passengers can stand up.
Modern jeeps and boats have "bikini tops" offered by aftermarket companies. I wonder if an after market top is out there that would fold toward the windshield of my 1924 Touring as passengers board.