Single bow is a term used in car design. (In the UK often called "straight through".)
Cars were traditionally fitted with two wheel arcs, one over the front wheel and one over the rear wheel. This traditional style from horse carriages was adapted by motor-cars in double bow designs. The single bow design appeared in the 1950s and has been the norm of car-design since.
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