source: AT THE BACK OF THE NORTH WIND | GEORGE MACDONALD
- But for a four-wheeler as takes families and their luggages, he's the very horse.
I was searching for the usage of luggages and found the above sentence. I don't understand what it means.
I found another version, as below, which is more comprehensible to me.
- But for a four- wheeler that takes families and their luggage, he's the very horse.
Are both versions correct?