The Model A Ford Cabriolet Club is a Special Interest Group of the Model A Ford Club of America (MAFCA) and of the Model A Restorers Club (MARC). The Model A Ford Cabriolet is one of the many body styles of Model A produced. The Cabriolet was produced in 1929, 1930 and 1931, using the body designations 68A, 68B and 68C. It is considered a rare body style. The Briggs Body Company manufactured all of the Cabriolet bodies for Ford. The Cabriolet is a convertible with glass side windows, unlike the canvas side curtains found on many other roadster models. The Cabriolet Club was founded in 1980 and currently has approximately 250 members who are located primarily in the United States of America. The club has a number of foreign members who are located in Canada, Europe, and Australia. The Club was formed to provide a way to exchange information and parts among owners and enthusiasts of the Cabriolet.