1929 Town Car - Continued

The roof was trimmed with coarse long-short grain genuine leather. The top center panel was matching artificial leather. The lower rear section of the roof was trimmed with a small half-round moulding with no visible attaching hardware.


The doors used special hinges. The front doors were shorter at the reveal area (1929 only). The front post of the door was cast aluminum from bottom to top including the upper hinge. The seam shown near the reveal is where the lower panel begins covering the aluminum post.


All seat springs were constructed of individually wrapped coils for quiet comfort.

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