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1940 Oldsmobile Series 70 Woodie Wagon, beautifully restored, stunning Ebony Black paint compliments the gorgeous woodwork, excellent Black interior, gleaming chrome trim, smooth 230 cu in 95 HP straight 6 cylinder engine, 3-speed transmission, reported to be the only 1940 Oldsmobile Woodie to be built on the longer 120 inch wheel base 70 Series, as all the Olds Woodies that year were built on ...
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1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Sedan In the late 1940's a 4-door sedan was somewhat of a status symbol. A larger car meant success, and a bigger family obviously would cost more money, and you would need a larger vehicle to haul this family around. So, for a mere 3 years, Chevrolet produced the Fleetmaster series, in a Coupe, Sedan and Woody Wagon. Low numbers and high cost foiled this effort for 1...
$34,900

1949 Ford Coupe

1949 Ford Coupe The 1949 models debuted at a gala at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in June 1948, with a carousel of the new Fords complemented by a revolving demonstration of the new chassis. The new integrated steel structure was advertised as a ""lifeguard body"", and even the woody wagon was steel at heart. The convertible frame had an ""X member"" for structural rigidity. For c...
$34,900

1949 Ford Coupe

1949 Ford Coupe The 1949 models debuted at a gala at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City in June 1948, with a carousel of the new Fords complemented by a revolving demonstration of the new chassis. The new integrated steel structure was advertised as a "lifeguard body", and even the woody wagon was steel at heart. The convertible frame had an "X member" for structural rigidity. For consi...
1966 Chevrolet Caprice Station Wagon The popularity of the station wagon - particularly full-size station wagons - in the United States was blunted by increased fuel prices caused by the 1973 oil crisis. Then in 1983, the market for station wagons was further eroded by the Chrysler minivans, based on the K platform. Although the future of the station wagon is uncertain, its body style may retur...
1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Sedan In the late 1940's a 4-door sedan was somewhat of a status symbol. A larger car meant success, and a bigger family obviously would cost more money, and you would need a larger vehicle to haul this family around. So, for a mere 3 years, Chevrolet produced the Fleetmaster series, in a Coupe, Sedan and Woody Wagon. Low numbers and high cost foiled this effort for 1...
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