Ford produced three variations to the truck line, the Open Cab, the Closed Cab, and the Pickup Box. The main differences being in the cab style. The Open Cab model had the ability to have it's top removed if the occupant so desired. The top and side curtains were made of black Short Long Grain rubber coated fabric. Standard features on each included Black Brown Fine Colonial Grain artificial leather interior trim on the seat and windlace, Black masonite door panels, and cardboard cowl panels. The finish moldings were painted black and the floor mat was tan rubber. The remainder of the cab was painted with the body's color.
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