Wheels That Won The West® Print
Wheels That Won The West®
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Finding information on old wagons and western vehicles can be like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack.

Whether you're looking for unique materials to add to the western décor of your home or office, or are just trying to uncover more information on old vehicle companies, our exclusive lithographs and rare catalog reprints deliver unmatched quality and the assurance of an authentic reproduction. Occasionally, our archives receive enough demand for a particular brand that we reproduce special supplementary pieces from our collection. Below is a small sampling of additional materials available from Wheels That Won The West® retailers.

1915 SPRINGFIELD WAGON COMPANY BROCHURE -- reprint
Another great resource for your library is our limited edition reprint of the 1915 Springfield Wagon Company catalog. It's 32 pages in length and is loaded with detailed specifications of the wagons and their parts. The specs for boxes, wheels, tires, skeins, and weights are spelled out and there's more information on brakes, bolsters, springs, and tongues. Additional, almost impossible-to-find, information referencing serial numbers, dates of skein size changes, and dates of wheel height changes are included, $20 plus U.S. s/h.

HISTORY OF THE SPRINGFIELD WAGON COMPANY BOOK
Additional materials from the Wheels That Won The West® archives include signed copies of the 1972 hard-to-find book entitled, "The Old Reliable--The History of the Springfield Wagon Company, 1872-1952." 150 pages of detailed information about the beginnings and growth of this company, $26 plus s/h.

1903 PETER SCHUTTLER ABRIDGED CATALOG -- reprint
When it comes to companies with deep ties to the old west, few carry the legacy and reputation that Peter Schuttler vehicles still command. Reprinted from our archives is this 1903 Peter Schuttler abridged catalog. This black & white piece is 16 pages long and was used as a "mini-preview" of Schuttler's legendary product line, $15 plus s/h,

1909 PETER SCHUTTLER BROADSIDE/FLYER -- reprint
Here's another great reference material from the legendary Peter Schuttler Wagon Company. This broadside/flyer has been professionally reprinted on high quality, acid-free paper and is on a heavier stock with oversized borders making it ideal for framing. Whether you're a fan of early American horse drawn transportation or just enjoy old advertising scenes from days gone by, this is a great piece, $12 plus s/h.

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www.hansenwheel.com
605-996-8754
www.midwestbuggy.com
806-652-1313
www.circlekb.com
877-919-0891 (toll free)
www.cowboycooking.com
1-800-959-5782
www.studebakermuseum.org
574-235-9714
www.caaonline.com
859-231-0971
www.wildhorsebooks.com
406-846-3686
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
817-626-7131