Identifying Vintage Farm Wagon Brands
From Farm Collector magazine, by David Sneed
Vintage wagons, like nearly anyone or anything today, are susceptible to lost, mistaken and even stolen identities. The ravages of time, weather and neglect have taken a heavy toll on the majority of these retired workhorses. With most relegated to the outdoors and other poorly controlled environments, natural deterioration of recognizable marks only adds to the number of lost and easily mistaken characteristics.
As quality wagons become harder to find, unscrupulous opportunists and a general lack of accurate, published information can also hamper the ability to positively identify a maker.
Use the following chart to identify your wagon or buggy. This part of the website is under constant revision as we get more and more contributions from folks like you. If you don't see your wagon or on this chart and would like to contribute to the list, head on over to our contact page and drop us an email, or just call us at the shop.