German Model B

Fordor Sedan

Pictured here is a 1933 photo of a sharp looking German Model B sedan in Bavaria.

Note the deluxe overall appearance, but with Ford script (not V8) hubcaps and without the V8 headlamp bar ornament, thereby indicating a four cylinder engine.

Also note the raised louver panel hood (like a Model A), rear-hinged suicide front doors, low door handle mounting locations, trafficator signals on the cowl, and the right hand tail lamp.

Overall very similar to British-built fordors, but this one appears to be left hand drive, with left hand wiper location.

(Click Here) to compare to the 1933 British-built 24 HP Model B Fordor Sedan. Scroll down to the wiring routing illustration.

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November 2009