Historic Express Market Wagon

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This Historic Express Market Wagon is a testament to premier wagon craftsmanship reminiscent of the early wagons.

This is a solid antique wagon making it a must-have for any commercial vehicle collection or as the iconic centerpiece for brand building and merchandising. 

Key Features:

  • Arched axles
  • Knurled step hubs
  • High arched springs
  • Crank brake
  • Rave Frame Bed
  • Finely detailed chamfers
  • Mortise and tenon joinery
  • Drop endgate
  • Twin strut body braces
  • Extension sideboards
  • 2 seats
  • Cast whip holder
  • Single horse shafts

The details such as the arch of the springs, 5th wheel head block carved finials, and the arch tie rod on the 5th wheel plates date this wagon to the 1880s period, adding to its historical significance and charm.

Whether displayed as a collector's item or utilized for promotional purposes, the Historic Express Market Wagon stands as a timeless piece.

History of the Express Wagon


Question: How do you ship this vehicle to me?

Answer: We coordinate shipments of large freight items - such as our wagons, carriages, and coaches - within a network of private carriers so that your freight is safely transported to your destination without transfer. These are usually coordinated as partial loads in order to save costs, so it can take anywhere between 2 days to 2 weeks to find a ride. They will be transported in enclosed vans that vary from "U-Haul" size box vans to full 53' semi trailers. Contact us for more information and freight quotes. You may also arrange your own shipping through

Question: How do I offload this vehicle at delivery?

Answer: If you have a delivery location with a loading dock available this is your best option. However, we can also deliver to any location that a semi-trailer can access. We then recommend coordination with a towing service to use a tilt-bed wrecker truck. The vehicle can be rolled off the trailer on to the bed of the wrecker truck and it will be tilted/lowered down to the ground from there.

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