Who doesn’t love woodies? Here’s a ’47 Chevy on a Torrey Pines bluff in San Diego, overlooking the majestic Pacific. Majestic could be applied to the vehicle itself, along with classic, grand, glorious, exalted, nostalgic, historic and iconic … and surfbuggy. In the ‘30s and ‘40s, wood station wagons were available from almost every automobile brand: Ford and Mercury, Plymouth, Dodge and Chrysler, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and Buick, Nash and Packard. Bodies were generally made by third parties, including Hercules in Evansville, IN, and Ionia Manufacturing in Ionia, MI. The last real wood-bodied station wagon in America was a Buick, in 1953. This image is available in a limited edition, framed on photo paper, or on canvas, metal or acrylic, even wood (how appropriate!). No more than 19 will be offered before the image is retired. A numbered and personally signed Certificate of Authenticity comes with.
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