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HUNTING TRAP
 
  DESCRIPTION:
Restored hunting trap   

CONTACT:

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

      



TABACO WAGON OR SWAY BACK
 
  DESCRIPTION:
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 GENTLEMANS BRAUGHAM
 
 
  DESCRIPTION:  $6500

Carriage type: Brougham    (front and rear glass beveled)                                                                        

Maker:  sievers & erdman-detroit

Number and Type of Springs:  2 elliptic front-platform rear

Hub Type:  wood with in-line spokes

Axle Type:  collinge-with 2 original hub nuts (two missing)

Size:

              Dash Height: 62 inches

              splinter Bar Height: 32 inches (shafts installed)

              Track Width: front 49 ½ inches    rear 59 ½ inches

              Floor Height: front 38 inches-inside floor 20 inches

              Seat Height:  61 inches front

Length:  axle to axle  82 ½ Inches         

(overall 11 feet long- overall height 78 inches)

                                                                                                 

              Wheel Height:      

                            Front  38 inches

                            Rear 47 inches

Seating:

              Number: 2 on box, 2 in coach

             

              Arrangement: 

Overall Condition:  Original inside needs retrimming but good for patterns. Outside older restoration-solid


CONTACT:

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521


      


 SIX PASSANGER ROCKAWAY
 
  DESCRIPTION:
    

CONTACT:

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

       


Brewster Landau
 
 
 

DESCRIPTION

Brewster Landau

Fully Restored Landau, seat four adults in the coach with driver and doorman up front.


CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 

       


 

Rockaway Coupe, 1850
 
About 1830 a carriage builder in Jamaica, Long Island, constructed a wagon similar to a New England Pleasure Wagon. Later springs were added, as well as several wooden bows to support a cloth top. A New York carriage dealer offered the Jamaica builder's wagons in his showroom. The vehicles attracted so much interest that he attempted to keep them a an exclusive item by misleading customers to believe that they were built in Rockaway.   By the following season the truth about the carriage's builder was known. Demands were heavy on the Jamaica carriage builder, yet the name Rockaway persisted. The first model was the Rockaway Coupe, carrying four passengers and completely enclosed in glass. The Rockaway was considered to be representative of a democratic people because of the protection that was given the driver. It retained its popularity until the end of the carriage era and finally contributed its body style to the Limousine.
 

DESCRIPTION:
Rockaway Coupe       

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com
H
one:
830-857-6521         



TIFFIN CHUCK WAGON
 
 
 
 

Tiffin Chuck Wagon

This is wagon has original paint and pin striping with brakes. Can be outfitted as an authentic chuck wagon or used as a freight wagon.

Fiesta Market Ad with Tom Null 2012

Come and Take It Parade 2013 First Place Novelty

 

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 

 


BEER DELIVERY WAGON

 
 
 
 

DESCRIPTION:
Pear Beer delivery wagon from the red light district of San Antonio. Ready to drive, all new wood in the running gear.       
San Antonio Western Heritage Parade and Cattle Drive

Most Authentic 2013


CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

Fax:
830-672-3880

       

Cutunder Surrey

 
  DESCRIPTION:
Fully restored cutunder surrey with fringe top       

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 




JAIL WAGON
 
 
 
 

   Jail Wagon

The Jail Wagon was built as a movie prop for a short western call Jail Wagon

Jail Wagon Movie 2012

 

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

Fax:
830-672-3880

 



HAY WAGON
 
 

Hay Wagon

 This is an authentic hay wagon, 14 feet long with it's boat like shape and over size wheels

 

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

Fax:
830-672-3880

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Casket Wagon
 

 

 




 

DESCRIPTION:
Restored and ready to drive single or team hitch 

These wagons were used to carry flowers in funeral processions. They were often called casket wagons and were used to transport caskets and other funeral accessories.Wprk well as a delivery wagon or for a gift table at western theme weddings.

 

 

     

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

Fax:
830-672-3880



 

Ladies Phaeton Carriage, 1875
 

 

 



 

DESCRIPTION:
Ladies Phaeton

A small, comparative light phaeton intended for ladies. It is generally low to the ground affording easy access and is characterized by its graceful curving lines. This carriage has been reconstructed with white oak complete with leather upholstery and folding leather top.      

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 



FRINGE TOP SURREY
 
 
 

DESCRIPTION:
FRINGE TOP SURREY

      

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 



 

Half-platform
spring wagon or hac, 1915
 
 

DESCRIPTION:
Ready to drive single or team hitch, two original leather seats which are removable      

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

Fax:
830-672-3880



 Hand Pumper
 
 

DESCRIPTION:
Hand pumper fire fighting equipment

New wheels, this vehicle is pulled by fire fighters.
CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 


         


 

Sayers and Scovill

Horse Drawn Hearse

 
 
 

DESCRIPTION:

Sayers and Scovill Hearse

Hears built in 1850 and displayed at  the Chicago Worlds Fair. Complete with glass doors and lamps.
     

CONTACT:

Hugh Shelton

E-Mail:

wagonman@texaswagonworks.com

Phone:
830-857-6521

 


     


 
 
   
     
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