1931 Convertible Sedan - 400-A

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The windlace around the door perimeter was genuine leather. The cowl cardboards are covered with matching artificial similar to doors except unpadded. They are stitched around the perimeter 1/4" from the edge.


The door pockets were pleated in a manor unique to the Convertible Sedan. Genuine leather was used for the door pockets as well.


Although not visible, the rear "curtain light" frame is walnut finished to match the other window mouldings. A reinforcement or support flap is installed above the window and a special flap below. These support the rear window when the top is folded and the lower flap is snapped to the "Lift a Dot" snap stud on the belt rail.

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