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Here is a quick read from a 1920s HARPER'S BAZAAR comparing the European and American "closed body" style of limousines (a.k.a., 'coupe, town car, cabriolet'); these were the luxurious looking vehicles that we've all seen in pictures from that period in which the chauffeur was expected to perform his duties without the benefit of a roof over his head. The uncredited journalist talks about where cars such as these are likely to be found, their interiors, tufted seating upholstery, basket weaving applications, leather casings and more.

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The Town Cars of 1922 (Harper's Bazaar, 1922)

The Town Cars of 1922 (Harper's Bazaar, 1922)

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