Collection: 1931 De Luxe Fordor Sedan

There were three Fordor body types built in 1931 by both Briggs and Murray to the same specifications. They were the Standard (160-A), Town Sedan (160-B) and De Luxe (160-C). All three cars were known as Slantbacks due to the windshield tilted backward. There were no outside sun visors. Those were inside. The De Luxe was known as the Blindback due to the quarter window in the rear being eliminated. The other two body styles had the quarter window. Only, the Town Sedan and De Luxe featured cowl lights. Original price: $630