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This is a 1946 Town & Country 'woody' convertible. This model is 2 door convertible with wooden rear bodywork. The name Town and Country actually came from this car. The name arose from a worker at the body shop where the wood panels were assembled saying that, "...the front end looked town and the rear end looked country, so I thought it natural". The wood body panels were originally done out of necessity due to post-war steel shortages.