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Body Style Identification

The following tables show the various Ford-assigned body style numbers and any corresponding body manufacturer tag prefix numbers for 1928 through 1931 Model A and AA Fords produced and marketed primarily in the US and Canada.

In nearly all cases below, the names used to describe body styles and models are the same names Ford used themselves in advertising and literature.

Body Manufacturer's Serial Number Tag

Not all bodies had a body builder's tag or identification.

The prefix on the body builder's serial number tag was the body company's internal identification of the Ford body type.

The number after the prefix was the serial number the builder assigned to that particular body. Those serial numbers were not assigned by Ford.

The body manufacturer's tag number (if present) was never part of the Ford vehicle serial number, or identification number for titling or registration purposes.

The body builder tags in 1928-29 were typically made of brass and were nailed to the wooden floor structure, behind or outside the RH front occupant's feet under the carpet.

In 1930-31, most body tags were typically made of zinc (and later aluminum) and were drive-riveted or screwed to the firewall below the patent plate data tag under the hood. Some early 1930 firewall tags were brass, similar to 1928-29 versions.

In the Body Style Identification tables below there are references to 'flat firewall' and 'indented firewall' body details for some 1931 entries.

In April 1931 Ford began converting the gas tank design and fuel shutoff valve location from a 'flat firewall' and inside gas valve design, to a design having an 'indented firewall' ('inverted teardrop depression') and an under-hood gas valve arrangement.

This design change is often useful in dating approximate build timing of various early 1931 models.

The firewall above is a Murray stamping, noted by the use of a cage nut rather than a 'D' nut, and the specific shape of the teardrop. Non-Murray firewalls had a similar but different shaped teardrop indentation.

When Ford changed to the indented style firewall in April/May 1931, existing stocks of the earlier style flat firewall panels on hand were reworked by re-stamping the indentation into them.

Those 're-stamped' firewalls were used throughout the remainder of 1931 production, primarily in the construction of truck cabs and commercial models.

The re-stamped firewalls are very evident in their appearance, showing the flattened rib from the original flat firewall stamping.

Ford-assigned Body Numbers

Ford often assigned their own body ID/serial numbers to bodies produced and assembled within their own operations or Branch assembly plants.

If present, those numbers were stamped on interior floor sills at each plant, identifying both the plant and body serial number. The Ford body number (if present) was never part of the Ford vehicle serial number, or identification number for titling or registration purposes.

See the first related link in the list at the bottom of this page for more information.


Body Style Tables

The first column lists the body style number assigned by Ford and used in their internal operations.

Also identified are the various body companies which provided completed (or CKD) bodies or panel subassemblies to the Ford branch assembly plants for each body style.

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 Ford  Phaeton 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
35-A

(Fxxxx)
Phaeton
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
35-B

(6Fxxxx)
Standard Phaeton
(Four Door)
  • without cowl lamps
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
180-A
Deluxe Phaeton
(Two Door)
(Introduced June 1930)
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
n/a n/a Briggs
159-
Briggs
159-
Body built by Briggs.
 Ford  Roadster 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
40-A

(Fxxxx)
Roadster
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery
  • rumble seat optional
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
40-B

(7Fxxxx)
(8Fxxxx)
Standard Roadster
  • without cowl lamps
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery
  • with minimal brightwork
  • rumble seat optional
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
40-B

(7Fxxxx)
(8Fxxxx)

Deluxe Roadster
(Introduced August 1930)
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with added brightwork
  • rumble seat standard
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
 Ford  Coupe 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
45-A Standard Coupe
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
Produced during two periods:
1) prior to July 1928
2) after April 1929
  • Steel Back with black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • with quarter windows
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • without dome lamp
  • rumble seat optional
1) 2) n/a n/a
45-B

(1Fxxxx)
Standard Coupe
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • without dome lamp
  • rumble seat optional
n/a n/a Briggs
198-
Some 1930 bodies built by Briggs, majority by Ford.
45-B

(1Fxxxx)
Deluxe Coupe
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with dome lamp
  • rumble seat optional
n/a n/a Briggs
166-
Some 1930 bodies built by Briggs, majority by Ford.
49-A

(Fxxxx)
Special Coupe
(Introduced July 1928)
(Discontinued July 1929)
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top and back panel
  • with quarter windows
  • without cowl lamps
  • rumble seat optional
n/a n/a
50-A

(Fxxxx)
Sport Coupe
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
  • fabric top
  • with Landau irons
  • rumble seat standard
n/a n/a
50-B

(2Fxxxx)
Sport Coupe
  • fabric top
  • with Landau irons
  • without cowl lamps
  • rumble seat standard
n/a n/a Briggs
160-
Some 1930 bodies built by Briggs, majority by Ford.
54-A Business Coupe
(Introduced May 1928)
(Discontinued February 1929)
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top and back panel
  • without oval windows
  • without Landau irons
  • with trunk standard
n/a n/a
54-A Business Coupe
(Followed 54-A non-oval window)
(Introduced after February 1929)
  • black Pyroxylin long-short grain top and back panel
  • with oval windows
  • with trunk standard
n/a n/a n/a
 Ford  Tudor Sedan 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
55-A

(Fxxxx)
Tudor Sedan
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
n/a n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
55-B

(4Fxxxx)
Standard Tudor Sedan
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
n/a n/a
55-B Deluxe Tudor Sedan
(Introduced June 1931)
  • indented firewall only
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
n/a n/a n/a
 Ford  Fordor Sedan (2 Window) 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
60-A Fordor Sedan
Two Window, Blind Back)
(Introduced May 1928)
(Discontinued in US February 1929)
  • Brown Leatherback
  • without quarter windows
  • introduced hood upper panels having styling beads
  • with lower cowl side vent
    through August 1928
Briggs
190-
Briggs
190-
191-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.

Some 1929 60-A Briggs body tags were prefixed 191- during 60-A export production concurrent with, or after, US changeover from 60-A to 60-B
(example: export 60-A firewall dated 3/9/29 with 191- tag)
60-B Fordor Sedan
Two Window, Blind Back)
(Followed 60-A)
(Introduced February 1929)
(Discontinued June 1929)
  • Black Leatherback
  • without quarter windows
n/a Briggs
190-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.
60-C Fordor Sedan
Two Window, Blind Back)
(Followed 60-B)
(Introduced when?)
(Discontinued July 1929)
  • Steel Back
  • without quarter windows
  • with steel outside visor
  • with roof top fabric above the doors
  • with rectangular four-bolt rear tire mounting bracket, like 60-A/B
n/a Briggs
195-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.
170-A Standard Fordor Sedan
(Two Window, Blind Back)
(Replaced 60-C)
(Introduced July 1929)
  • with Briggs standardized styled cowl
  • without quarter windows
  • with roof top steel above the doors
  • without cowl band
  • without cowl lamps
  • with three-bolt triangular rear tire mounting bracket, same as 165-A/B and 155-A/B
  • with center round dome lamp(?)
n/a Briggs
197-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.

New (for 1929) Briggs standardized styled cowl and body construction replaced the many unique body parts and designs of the earlier Briggs 60-A, B, C series Fordor sedans.

Allowed greater sharing and harmony with other 1929 Ford model 155- and 165- series Briggs and Murray Fordor sedan bodies.

Body construction and shared cowling (1930 style) carried forward into all subsequent 1930-31 model 155-, 165-, and 170- series Fordor sedans.
170-B Standard Fordor Sedan
(Two Window, Blind Back)
(Followed 170-A Standard in 1930)
(Discontinued April 1930)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • without quarter windows
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp(?)
n/a n/a Briggs
163-



(5,279)
n/a Body built by Briggs.
170-B Deluxe Fordor Sedan
(Two Window, Blind Back)
(Replaced 170-B Standard)
(Introduced May 1930)
(Discontinued April 1931)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • (any indented firewall?)
  • without quarter windows
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear seat armrests
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a n/a Briggs
167-
Briggs
167-
Body built by Briggs.
160-C Deluxe Fordor Sedan
(Two Window, Blind Back)
(Replaced 170-B Deluxe)
(Introduced when?)
  • Slant windshield pillar
  • flat & indented firewall
  • without quarter windows
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
139-
153-

Murray
160C
Panel assemblies and/or bodies were built by Briggs & Murray & Ford.

Some early (flat firewall) 160-C Briggs body tags were prefixed 139- during concurrent production with 170-B Deluxe Fordor
 Ford  Three-Window Fordor Sedan 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
165-A
Three-Window Fordor Sedan
  • with arched-top side windows
  • without cowl band
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp
n/a Murray
M651-
n/a n/a Body built by Murray.
165-B Three-Window Fordor Sedan
  • with straight-top side windows
  • without cowl band
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp
n/a Briggs
196-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.
165-C

(5Fxxxx)
Three-Window Fordor Sedan
(Discontinued when?)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • any indented firewall?
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp
n/a n/a Murray
654-
Murray
654-
Body built by Murray.

(Some 1931 bodies found with later style 'rotating' interior door handle mechanisms, rather than the typical 'lift' door handles; similar to later slant windshield Fordors)
165-D Three-Window Fordor Sedan
(Discontinued when?)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • any indented firewall?
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp
n/a n/a Briggs
162-
Briggs
162-
Body built by Briggs.
160-A
Standard (Fordor) Sedan
(Three Window)
(Introduced when?)
  • Slant windshield pillar
  • flat & indented firewall
  • without cowl lamps
  • Standard paint selections
  • Standard upholstery selections
  • without woodgraining
  • with center round dome lamp
n/a n/a n/a Briggs.
140-?

Murray
160A
Panel assemblies and/or bodies were built by Briggs & Murray & Ford
 Ford  Fordor Town Sedan 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
155-A Fordor Town Sedan
(Three-Window)
  • with cowl band
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a Murray
M601-
n/a n/a Body built by Murray.
155-B Fordor Town Sedan
(Three-Window)
  • with cowl band
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a Briggs
199-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.
155-C Fordor Town Sedan
(Three-Window)
(Discontinued when?)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • any indented firewall?
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a n/a Murray
M604-
Murray
M604-
Body built by Murray.
155-D Fordor Town Sedan
(Three-Window)
(Discontinued when?)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • any indented firewall?
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a n/a Briggs
164-
Briggs
164-
Body built by Briggs.
160-B
Fordor Town Sedan
(Three-Window)
(Introduced when?)
  • Slant windshield pillar
  • flat & indented firewall
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery selections
  • with woodgraining
  • with rear oval dome lamp
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
141-

Murray
160B
Panel assemblies and/or bodies were built by Briggs & Murray & Ford.
 Ford  Cabriolet 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
68-A Cabriolet
(Introduced March 1929)
  • with Briggs styled cowl
  • with cowl band
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
  • rumble seat standard
n/a Briggs
194-
n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.

(Early 1929 68-A bodies had no body reveal molding over the rear fenders)

(Some late 1929 68-A bodies had a body reveal molding above the rear fender, similar to the 1930 Coupe, Sport Coupe, Roadster, and 68-B Cabriolet)
68-B
Cabriolet
(Discontinued when?)
  • Straight windshield pillar
  • flat firewall only
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
  • rumble seat standard
n/a n/a Briggs
161-
Briggs
161-
Body built by Briggs.

(Some late 68-B bodies are found with 'rotating' style interior door handle mechanisms, similar to the later slant windshield Cabriolet 68-C, rather than the typical earlier 'lift' style door handles)
68-C
Cabriolet
(Replaced 68-B)
(Introduced May 1931)
  • Slant windshield pillar
  • flat & indented firewall
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
  • rumble seat standard
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
138-
Body built by Briggs.
 Ford  Taxi 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
135-A
Taxi
(Fordor sedan utilizing the
Tudor-Coupe Pillar Cowl)
n/a Briggs
192-

n/a n/a Body built by Briggs.
 Ford  Town Car 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
140-A Town Car
(Introduced January 1929)
(Discontinued February 1930)
  • with Briggs styled cowl
  • with cowl band
  • with cowl lamps
  • black long-short grain artificial leather top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
  • (1930 Styled Cowl in early 1930)
n/a Briggs
193-
Briggs
193-
n/a Body built by Briggs.
 Ford  Station Wagon 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
150-A Station Wagon
(Maple & Birch Wood Body)
n/a Murray
M250-
through
June
n/a Body built by Murray.
150-B Station Wagon
(Maple & Birch Wood Body)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a Bodies built by Murray & Baker Raulang.
? Travelers Wagon
(Maple & Birch Wood Body)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by Baker Raulang? (based on 255-A Special Delivery)
 Ford  Victoria Coupe 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
190-A Victoria Coupe ~ Leatherback
(Introduced November 1930)
(Discontinued when? May 1931 ?)
  • Tan Pyroxylin artificial leather top
  • any indented firewall?
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
n/a n/a Murray
190A
Murray
190A
Body built by Murray.
190-A Victoria Coupe ~ Steel Back
(Introduced February 1931)
  • Steel Back
  • flat & indented firewall
  • with cowl lamps
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
n/a n/a n/a Murray
190A
Body built by Murray.

(Changeover to Steel Back after body number 28185 per Chicago Service Letters, May 18, 1931)
 Ford  Convertible Sedan 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
400-A Convertible Sedan
(Introduced May 1931)
  • flat & indented firewall
  • with cowl lamps
  • fabric top
  • Deluxe paint selections
  • Deluxe upholstery
  • with woodgraining
n/a n/a n/a Murray
400A
Body built by Murray.
 Ford  Truck Cab - A & AA 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
76-A

(Fxxxx)
Open Cab
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
through
June
n/a
76-B

(9Fxxxx)
Open Cab
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a from
June
82-A Closed Cab
(First Introduced on Model AA only)
(Introduced on Model A June 1928)
(Discontinued June 1930)
through
June
n/a Body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
82-B Standard Closed Cab
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Fabric top, without cowl lamps)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a from
June
82-B Deluxe Closed Cab
(Fabric top, with cowl lamps)
(Indented firewall only,
For use with 66-A Cargo Box)
(Introduced May 1931)
n/a n/a n/a
82-B Standard Closed Cab
(Steel top, without cowl lamps)
(Indented firewall only)
(Introduced August 1931)
n/a n/a n/a Top and body panel assemblies developed by Budd.
 Ford  Cargo & Express Box - A 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
78-A Pickup Cargo Box
(Narrow steel cargo box)
(Introduced Nov/Dec 1927)
Cargo Box panel assemblies developed by Budd.
78-B Pickup Cargo Box
(Wide all-steel cargo box)
(Introduced May 1931)
n/a n/a n/a Cargo Box panel assemblies developed by Budd.
66-A Deluxe Pickup Box
(Smooth styled cargo box)
(Wood and steel construction)
(Introduced May 1931)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
123-?
Cargo Box built by Briggs.
 Ford  Cargo & Express Box - AA 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
89-A AA Express Box
(AA steel express box)
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
through
June
n/a Express Box panel assemblies developed by Budd.
195-A AA Express Box
(AA steel express box)
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a Express Box panel assemblies developed by Budd(?)
197-A AA Express Box
(AA steel express box)
(157" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Express Box panel assemblies developed by Budd(?)
229-A
AA Service Car Box
(AA Smooth styled cargo box)
(Wood and steel construction)
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
(Introduced January 1931)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
117-
Cargo Box built by Briggs.
 Ford  Delivery Body - A 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
79-A Panel Delivery
(Introduced September 1928)
through
June
n/a Body panels built by Budd, CKD to Ford.
79-B Panel Delivery
(Regular Floor)
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a Murray
#?
Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
225-A Panel Delivery
(Drop Floor)
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced when?)
n/a n/a Murray
#?
Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
130-A Deluxe Delivery
(Introduced February 1929)
n/a through
June
n/a Body panels built by Budd, CKD to Ford.
130-B Deluxe Delivery
(Regular Floor)
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a Murray
#?
Murray
#?
Bodies built by Murray (& Budd?)
130-B Deluxe Delivery
(Drop Floor)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced March 1931)
n/a n/a n/a Murray
#?
Bodies built by Murray (& Budd?)
295-A Town Car Delivery
(Aluminum Body)
(Straight & Slant Windshield Cowl)
(Flat & indented firewall)
(Introduced when?)
n/a n/a Briggs
149-
Briggs
149-
Body built by Briggs.
255-A Special Delivery
(Maple & Birch Wood Body)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by Baker Raulang.
~ A Postal Delivery
(1929 Procurement)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by York-Hoover.
~ A Postal Delivery
(1931 Procurement)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by York-Hoover.
 Ford  Delivery Body - AA 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
85-A AA Panel Delivery
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
through
June
n/a Body panels built by Budd.
85-B AA Panel Delivery
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
(1930 Styled Cowl)
(Introduced June 1930)
n/a n/a Murray
#?
Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
210-A AA Panel Delivery
(157" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
300-A AA Deluxe Delivery
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
#?
Body built by Briggs.
315-A
AA Standrive Delivery
(112" Wheelbase, Milk Truck)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by Baker Raulang.
~
AA Standrive Chassis
(157" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Unusual wheelbase for Standrive
~
AA Postal Delivery
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
(1931 Procurement)
n/a n/a n/a Bodies built by GMC Truck & Metropolitan Body Co.
 Ford  Specialty Body - AA 1928 1929 1930 1931 Notes
270-A AA Funeral Service
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
#?
Body built by Briggs.
275-A AA Funeral Coach
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
#?
Body built by Briggs.
280-A
AA Ambulance
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Briggs
#?
Body built by Briggs.
285-A
AA Deluxe Police Patrol
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
290-A
AA Standard Police Patrol
(131-1/2" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Murray
#?
Body built by Murray.
330-A
AA School Bus
(157" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by Union City.
330-B AA Passenger Bus
(157" Wheelbase)
n/a n/a n/a Body built by Union City.

More related information on Ford Garage:

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  2. 1930 Model A Ford Assembly Branch Locations  
  3. 1928-40 Model A & B Ford England Vehicle Models Chart  
  4. Model A 1928 Budd Roadster 40-A Development
  5. Model A 1928-29 Budd Cab 82-A
  6. Model A 1929 Budd Deluxe Delivery 130-A
  7. Model A 1930 Budd Roadster 40-B Development
  8. Model A 1930 Budd Phaeton 35-B Development
  9. Model A 1930 Budd Prototype Slant Windshield Tudor Sedan 55-B
  10. Model A 1931 Budd Cab 82-B
  11. Model A 1931 Model AA Standrive Delivery 315-A
  12. Model A Original 1931 Victoria 190-A
  13. Model A Murray & Briggs Body Differences
  14. Model A Murray & Briggs S/W Sedan Roof Drip Rail Differences

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