British Station Wagon Woody

British Station Wagon Woody

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The mustang station wagon, above, was an ambitious effort by private designers barney clark, bob cumberford, and jim licata inspired by the chevrolet nomad.. The first willys wagon in 1946. considering that most station wagons at that time had some authentic wood in their bodies, the prospect of building an all steel station wagon in 1946 made a lot of business sense.. 1953 willy’s station wagon 4x4 hurricane straight 4 cylinder, just rebuilt from bottom up just under 500 miles on newly rebuilt engine. transmission just rebuilt […].

1955 willys split window wagon, straight 6 hurricane, great running condition. standard with factory hurst shifter, have the ownership, does need cluctch or clutch adjustment.. A brief history of american motors. american motors was in the beginning stages back in 1878 when thomas b. jeffrey built and sold rambler bicycles in chicago.. 1957 oldsmobile super 88 station wagon 2 tone. sold out. 1955 chrysler windsor four door sedan* sold out. no longer available from the factory.

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'woodies' or wooden station wagons gain popularity in the late 1930s as a practical vehicle with a body that was easy to build. when the war came petrol rationing was brought in for british motorists, but not for commercial vehicles.. The automobile featured in this article is the 1955 chevrolet nomad station wagon. the chevrolet nomad was a station wagon model produced by the chevrolet division of general motors..

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