Prior to the introduction of the slant windshield models in April 1931, there were six different two-window fordor models. All of these fordor bodies were built and supplied by Briggs Manufacturing of Detroit, Michigan.
The first of these models was the 60-A Leather Back introduced in mid 1928. It was distinguished by a brown artificial leather top extending down the rear quarters to the belt rail. With the introduction of the 1929 models, it was replaced by the 60-B. The 60-B was the same body, trimmed with black long-short grain artificial leather top material.
In early 1929 the 60-C Steel Back version of the same body was added. In mid 1929, with production of the larger Town Sedan body in full swing, Briggs managed a change from the 60-C to a new Two Window model based on the larger Town Sedan body. The new model was also a standard model and was designated the 170-A.
In 1930 the Two Window fordor was fitted with the new cowl assembly and redesignated the 170-B. In April 1930 the Briggs body Two Window fordor underwent it's final change. It became the Deluxe Fordor sedan or 170-B Deluxe. It was trimmed nearly identical to the Town Sedan and remained unchanged until replaced by the slant windshield models.
The Deluxe Fordor was produced for a twelve month period between April 1930 and April 1931. A mere 13,594 were produced between the two model years.*
|Kewanee Green||Elkpointe Green||Apple Green|
|Thorne Brown||Thorne Brown||Tacoma Cream|
|Chicle Drab||Copra Drab||Straw|
|1 Copra Drab||Chicle Drab||Straw|
|3 Black||Black||Apple Green|
|4 Andalusite Blue||Black||French Gray|
|5 Andalusite Blue||Black||Aurora Red|
|6 Lombard Blue||Black||Hessian Blue|
|3 Brewster Green||Black||Apple Green|
|7 Ford Maroon||Black||Vermilion|
|1 Dropped November 1930
2 Dropped September 1930
3 Available October 1930
4 Early 1930
5 Dropped August 1930
6 Available September 1930
7 Available November 1930