1930 Model B Club Sedan

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    On the NADA Classic Car Values website, they list 6 separate Model B Club Sedans:Club Sedan LB, Club Sedan MB 5 passenger, Salon 4dr Club Sedan, Berline Club LB, Berline Club MB, and Salon Berline Club. What are the differences among them? Are there specific visual clues? Any specific codes on the serial # plate? If anyone can guide me to source materials, especially pictures, on the internet I will be very appreciative.



    The LB (leather back)and MB (metal back) refer to the roof treatment. The club berline has a division window while the club sedan does not. The body code location is explained in the identification guide under tools on this site. Enter in the vehicle s/n or 2500001 if you do not have one and details will pop up. At bottom of page is photo of body code location. I have sent you a separate e-mail with illustrations from dealer data book and photo for more detail.

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