COBRA DECKING SHORT GRAIN BLACK 60" wide
Model A Ford Roof Material
Cobra (Short) - a reptile-hide pattern, commonly used from ~1912 to ~1930
Widely used by the North American auto industry in early decades, variants of this grain were called Cobra, Short and Short Cobra. The grain geometry varied among fabric makers and also varied over time. Earliest forms around 1910 were shallow and indistinct. The illustration above shows the form used in recent decades for most restoration market top materials, with a relatively deep relief to the grain geometry.
This material is 60" wide and sold by the linear yard.