19,949. Saillard, P. Sept. 13, 1910, [Convention date]. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Luggage holders. - A carriage body, of the kind that is convertible from open to closed, is made of two separate rigid parts, and, when open, the roof portion is disposed at the rear and serves as a luggage holder. The upper part b is hinged at a, and the square window frames are hinged at d, h. The roof is hinged at d. In folding the upper part, the window frames are turned inwards, the roof c is turned down about the hinge d, and the whole structure is then swung over about the axis a, Fig. 4. The windscreen m<3> serves to close the upper part after it has been turned back.