Ralli car

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Early 20th-century picture of a Ralli car, showing the vehicle's characteristic outward-curving sides

A Ralli car (or Rally cart) is a traditional type of horse-drawn cart, named after the Ralli family.[1] The vehicle was commonly used as a general run-around for families. It has back-to-back seating with space under the seats for luggage or shopping bags.

  1. ^ Oxford English Dictionary: "the name of a certain Mr. Ralli, ‘Greek merchant’, the first purchaser of the vehicle, probably Stephen Augustus Ralli(1829–1902), heir to the merchant house Ralli Brothers, originally established by his Greek uncle"