America's greatest woodies

Ford Model T "Depot Hack"

The Model T-based Depot Hack was a popular choice for carrying passengers and cargo, featuring a wooden body with open sides and rear seating.

Chrysler Town & Country

Produced from the late 1940s to the 1950s, the Chrysler Town & Country is renowned for its luxurious wood-paneling and elegant design.

Ford Model A "Station Wagon"

The Model A Station Wagon was a versatile woodie that could comfortably transport passengers and their luggage, featuring wooden bodywork and classic styling.

Chevrolet Suburban

The Chevrolet Suburban, particularly in its early years, sported wood paneling on its exterior, offering a rugged and utilitarian appeal.

Buick Estate Wagon

The Buick Estate Wagon combined luxury with the iconic woodie aesthetic, offering a spacious and stylish option for family travel.

Mercury Eight "Station Wagon

The Mercury Eight Station Wagon is admired for its sleek design and wood paneling. It represented the merging of artistry and functionality in automotive design.

Pontiac Safari

A classic woodie known for its distinctive style and practical sophistication, capturing the hearts of car enthusiasts.

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