"Your father wanted to prove that his horseless carriage would run, even in the snow," she said.
She's the one that would ride in that horseless carriage when I got it!
It seemed an uncanny, horseless carriage, built to carry four people and making a good deal of fuss about it.
Back in Chicopee again, Charles began planning his first horseless carriage.
As far back as the sixteenth century a horseless carriage was invented (Fig. 6) and was operated on the streets of a German city.
The idea of the horseless carriage is a matter that has long been in the minds of inventors.
I suppose your father thinks he can build a horseless carriage to go that fast!
"You should introduce the horseless carriage into your country," said the Doctor as he bounced about upon his seat.
If it were not so, why does one call a horseless carriage 'automobile' instead of 'self-moving carriage'?
Mr. Elwood Haynes tells an interesting story of his first “horseless carriage:”