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Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this awesome 1942 Ford Truck Woody Wagon. This Woody has been through a very nice restoration. It has been painted Black Cherry that goes great with the wood trim, crafted by Nickels Automotive Woodworking, created from maple trees grown in Michigan. The vinyl roof is period correct and is brown on top. The interior is similar to a standard st...
For sale at the St. Louis Car Museum is an outstanding 1947 Mercury Woodie Station Wagon displaying a restoration to a worthy 79M Station Wagon! This classic Mercury represents one of only 3558 produced in 1947, even fewer remain today! This particular example has been completely refinished in methodical fashion with show-worthy results inside, outside, and underneath. A superb driver that is a...
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Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to show off this custom one of a kind 1951 Willy Wagon. This Wagon will be the talk of the neighborhood when they see this custom vehicle go down the street. The exterior on the front of the wagon is painted in a nice Black Cherry with Maple wooding throughout. She sits on 20" Blaque Diamond wheels. Powering this beauty is a 5.3 LS1 engine that is paired...
Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible for sale! Fords for 1941 were much more modern with a wide body that nearly covered the running boards. They came in several body styles including a two-door and four-door sedans, a sedan coupe, a business coupe, and convertible coupe, sedan delivery wagon, and woody station wagon. This particular c...
Packard's rarely-seen take on the uniquely American woody station wagon. Based on the 23rdseries chassis, with distinctive bathtub body styling constructed from steel and trimmed in white ash wood paneling for the classic 50s suburban look. This superb example is recently out of 20 years of single ownership, and was treated to an extensive professional restoration completed in 2006, which is we...
Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to offer this super-rare 1947 Pontiac Woody Wagon for sale. This Pontiac Woody has had a frame-on restoration. The craftsmanship of the woodwork is absolutely stunning! The paint is finished in a dark blue with matching fender skirts and a vinyl material covering the top. The interior includes well sorted 3-row brown leather seats. Much of the wood is or...
1935 Ford Custom Woody Wagon ?Same California owner for the past 20 years! ?Original Woody Wagon found in the Australian Outback ?A hot rod shop in Australia completely restored this Ford using some parts from a 1960s Holden ?Complete mechanical restoration and update to U.S. specifications in December 2020 ?Right-hand drive vehicle ?Blue and woody exterior with gray cloth and vinyl interior ?W...
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to offer this 1929 Ford Model A Woody Wagon. This Woody Wagon is a real blast from the past and a real piece of Ford history. One of the original station wagons, this 1929 Ford Model A is a fitting parade car or cruise-in classic. Powering this '29 Ford model A is a L-head inline 4-cylinder engine. Backed by a 3-speed manual transmission, this Model A is...
This is an intriguing vehicle: 1929 was the first year for wood-bodied station wagons by Ford. The first was built for Edsel Ford's estate "Skylands" on Mount Desert Island in Maine. The second went to Murray Body's C.W. Avery who led building Ford's vast woodlands and mill property in northern Michigan known as Iron Mountain. This car's chassis number, A2211710 is midway through the 1929 Model...
History of the 1942 Ford Super Deluxe Woodie: Ford Motor Company had been in the wood-bodied station wagon business since the Model A was introduced in 1928. Not only involved in the complete production of the wooden framework, in the early 1920's Henry Ford had purchased hundreds of thousands of acres of hardwood forest in Northern Michigan, which became known as Iron Mountain. This sawmill wa...
For sale at the St. Louis Car Museum is an outstanding 1947 Mercury Woodie Station Wagon displaying a restoration to a worthy 79M Station Wagon! This classic Mercury represents one of only 3558 produced in 1947, even fewer remain today! This particular example has been completely refinished in methodical fashion with show-worthy results inside, outside, and underneath. A superb driver that is a...
History of the 1942 Ford Super Deluxe Woodie: Ford Motor Company had been in the wood-bodied station wagon business since the Model A was introduced in 1928. Not only involved in the complete production of the wooden framework, in the early 1920's Henry Ford had purchased hundreds of thousands of acres of hardwood forest in Northern Michigan, which became known as Iron Mountain. This sawmill wa...
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