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But the runabouts are being bought for next to nothing, then a tenner of petrol stuck in them and they start racing around the area.
The result, on paper at least, ought to be an urban runabout impossible for canny buyers in this sector to ignore.
Overall it's a good take on the supermini genre and certainly delivers as a family runabout that offers a splash of style for a price that stays just the right side of pounds 10,000.
The first person to turn in the best boat name will receive a Runabout Vest Four-Pack from West Marine, valued at $79.
Kuwaiti drivers dominated the Runabout up to 1600 cc race, taking all three top places with Mohammad Jasem Al Bazz finishing first, followed by Mohammad Ebrahim Bu Rabie, last year's reigning champion, and Abdul Rahman Gazi Al Badr.
On the other hand the Runabout offers an elegant duo of automatic chrono-graphs with a design perfectly adapted to the fascinating and nostalgic, teak-wooden luxurious motor yachts of the 1920s, created to celebrate the brand's involvement in the annual 'HE[umlaut]lice Classique' - a so-phisticated event honouring the classical Runabout yachts.
RUNABOUT The Vauxhall Agila is perfect for urban motoring
1, with the Bayliner Family Runabout a popular choice for buyers.
Baby boomers are buying boats they remember from their childhoods in record numbers, and in many cases, the investment in a vintage classic runabout or cruiser is equal to, or less than, the purchase of its modern<lay counterpart.
This is how the Charade must be viewed - as little more than a simple runabout to get from one place to another with minimum inconvenience.
The All-Terrain Runabout and Treker utility vehicles are targeted at a range of recreational and work applications mid are a first for the Salina, Kan.