The cabriolet was only available with deluxe features during 1934. Those features included chrome plated windshield, cowl lamps, dual horns and tail lamps, adjustable seats, glove box, two sun visors, cigar lighter, ash tray, rumble seat and dust hood. Upholstery was either Brown Bedford Cord or genuine Copra Drab Fine Colonial Grain leather, the latter being changed to Taupe leather in May of 1934. Striping was done mirroring that of the Tudor and Fordor.
NOTE: What separates a Cabriolet from a Roadster? A Cabriolet has a fixed post windshield (attached to the body of the car), can have roll-up windows, 2 -doors and a single seat.
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