What Is a Phaeton Carriage?

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A phaeton carriage is an open, four-wheeled, door less horse drawn carriage. The carriage, which was common in the 18th and 19th centuries, was owner-driven and contained one or two seats and a falling or folding top.
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A phaeton is a horse drawn carriage defined by its light, open, four wheeled design. The wheels are extravagantly large which was considered sporty in the 19th ...
A Horse Drawn Phaeton was a sporty, horse drawn open carriage of the 19th century. It was characterised by four huge wheels, which were often springy, fast and ...
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