Collection: 1930 De Luxe Fordor Sedan

Briggs Manufacturing Company manufactured the two-window Fordor sedan body, commonly referred to as a Blindback. This De Luxe model was introduced in April, 1930 and was regarded with the same distinction and charm as the Town Sedan. The rear seat had a centered fold-down arm rest. Cowl lights were standard equipment. Interior trim was offered in Bedford cloth or brown mohair. Only 12,854 cars of this rare body type were produced in 1930. Original price: $640