Beginning in 1933 the Tudor became the basic body style. Parts of the original Tudors put into other cars always kept the Tudor part number.
The Standard body came with an adjustable drivers seat, glove box, sun visor on the drivers side, a dome light and a choice of three interior trim schemes: Thorn Brown Mohair, Tan Pinstripe Broadcloth and Copra Drab Fine Grain artificial leather.
The Deluxe included everything the standard did with some additions: cigarette lighter, ashtrays, arm rests on the driver's side doors and rear quarter, and a second visor on the passenger side. Interior trim schemes included Rose Beige Mohair, Brown Bedford Cord, Brown Stripe Broad Cloth and Copra Drab Fine Colonial Grain leather. Distinquishing features on the exterior include cowl lights, dual horns, and dual tail lamps.
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