The Model A was available in more that 45 different body configurations. Most of them, (like the tudor, phaeton, roadster, and closed-cap pickup) were made by Ford. Other body styles, (like the cabriolet, sport coupe, open-cab pickup, town car, victoria, and station wagon), were supplied by outside coachbuilders with Murray and Briggs being the most popular. One way to distinguish a Murray body from a Briggs body is to look at the top of the side windows. Murray bodies feature a slight arch whereas Briggs bodies are flat. The slight arch on the windows seen in the photo above identifies this car as a three-window four-door sedan with a Murray body.