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Two-seater runabouts like this one were favored by middle-class Americans who could afford one. They were faster and more rugged than buggy-style high-wheelers. Most runabouts featured one- or two-cylinder engines and bicycle-style chain drives. The Ford Model N offered four cylinders and a shaft drive, plus it cost less. At $500, it became the bestselling car in America.