» This century-plus-old Studebaker is an extremely rare survivor of one of America's most prominent early vehicle brands.
» Made to Studebaker's exacting patterns, this is an even more rare piece as it's one of a few made by the Kentucky Wagon Company in Louisville, KY. The Studebaker company awarded Kentucky with the opportunity to continue manufacture of Studebaker wagons after Studebaker moved on to automobiles. These next gen Studebaker wagons were only made for a few years.
» The wagon features extraordinary box paint, striping, and logos on both sides. The original running gear also retains a significant amount of paint and includes logos on the rear axle and bolster.
» Wheels sizes = 36" x 40"
» 2 ¼” tires
» Stiff tongue, 42" wide box
» This wagon is an ultra-rare and solid survivor. It belongs in a museum or with a discerning private collector.
» It includes the original spring seat, stiff tongue, wheel wrench, folding endgate, doubletree, singletrees, stay chains, box rods, brake, and brake blocks.
» Accompanying the wagon is an original brick we retrieved from the Kentucky Wagon factory as it was being torn down.
» Serious collector inquiries only