"the Colonel's mustard-yellow barouche"
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A barouche was a four-wheeled carriage popular in the nineteenth century. Usually drawn by a pair of horses, it contained two two-person seats, facing each other, which were sheltered by a hood that could be drawn up or folded down, as with a modern convertible car. They were extremely fashionable vehicles.