The Tools To Help
The Tools To Help
None The Same Endless Distinctions
None The Same
Endless Distinctions
Technology & Features Details Make The Difference
Technology & Features
Details Make The Difference
Into The West
Into The West
Rare Find 1860's Virginia City Stage
Rare Find
1860's Virginia City Stage
Western Staging Makers, Moments, & Machines
Western Staging
Makers, Moments, & Machines
Journey Into The Past America's First Transportation Empire

Journey Into The Past

America's First Transportation Empire
With a firm focus on historical accuracy, our research, experience, and archives are regularly engaged by corporate clients, private collectors, historical organizations, television and media productions, and others. From profiling wood-wheeled innovation and technical details to uncovering brand histories, vehicle identities, timeframes of manufacture, lost provenance, and other all-but-forgotten details, we’re committed to sharing a wealth of untold stories from this early, mega-industry. Reinforcing that mission, over the past thirty years, no other modern resource has written and shared so much on the farm, freight, ranch, coach, business, and military wheels that traversed 1800’s and early 1900’s America. Join us as we travel back in time to places where true ‘horse’ power ruled the roads, trails, and frontier of the Old West.

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Research, Consulting, & Evaluations
Home to America’s largest private collection of western vehicle history, the Wheels That Won The West® archives are filled with rare photos, catalogs, business correspondence, technology records, and more. It’s an unparalleled compilation of primary source materials giving us remarkable insights into heavy vehicle brands and the early wagon and stage industry. From insurance reviews and pre-purchase consults to personal vehicle evaluations, multi-media presentations, and on-camera interviews, we’ve been a trusted source of all-but-forgotten information and insights for more than three decades. Got a question? Drop us a line. We’d enjoy talking to you.
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