A Salute to Woodies!

There was a time when automakers used wood because it was easier and cheaper than steel; but today, any wood-bodied car is a red-hot collector’s item. Vintage Motor Cars specializes in woodies, and we have a nice selection to suit any budget — from the lovely 1949 Plymouth station wagon featured above, to the stunning 1940 Ford formerly owned by noted Ford expert Lorin Sorensen. Restoring a wooden car is no easy task, which is why you should be seeking the best specimens you can find.  All the cars in our inventory certainly qualify.

Our featured 1949 Plymouth Woody is a solid restoration that’s simply a joy to drive. Much of the wood has been professionally refinished, and all of it remains in excellent condition. Chrysler’s rugged and reliable 217 cubic inch inline-six provides good performance; and thanks to a recently-installed overdrive, it’s capable of cruising at modern highway speeds without effort. Workmanship is excellent throughout, and few cars in our inventory are more enjoyable to drive than this one.  It’s an outstanding value at just $54,900.

If you have a woody, or any other collector car that you are looking to sell, please look to Vintage Motor Cars as your reliable source for selling at top dollar. Our marketing programs put your car in front of qualified buyers around the world, and you’ll be surprised by how easy and affordable it is to sell through us. Call us today to discuss your options!

Also, be sure to visit www.VintageMotorCarsUSA.com and join our mailing list to ensure that you continue to receive all the latest news and fresh cars before they hit the market.

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