Worth Saving? 1948 Packard Station Sedan

You’ll have to have an open mind and an open checkbook for this project. It’s always a sad thing to see a once-elegant and expensive car like this 1948 Packard Station Sedan woody wagon in this condition sitting out… more»

Rare 1-Of-10: 1939 International Woody Wagon

There is something very romantic and nostalgic about vehicles associated with national parks. When the National Park Service was founded in 1916 national park designations increased rapidly. As the automobile became more popular, parks transitioned their access away from… more»

Original Wood: 1950 Ford Woody Station Wagon

Spotless station wagons are a “must-have” in the classic scene today. Therefore, finding one like this 1950 Ford Woody is quite a treat. What makes this vehicle truly impressive is the fact that all of its timber is original…. more»

Original Survivor: 1965 Mercury Woody Wagon

While I guess this car could technically be called a “Woody Wagon” it is a far cry from its 1940s and 50s cousins. There are some nice wood accents down the side which give it a nostalgic feel, but… more»

Cheap Woodie Project: 1947 Chrysler Town And Country

A few years ago, this would have been the buy of the century. It’s a restorable 1947 Chrysler Town and Country sedan for sale here on eBay in Farmingdale, New York (that’s on Long Island) for a Buy-It-Now price… more»

Stored 64 Years: 1947 Pontiac Streamliner Woodie

Update 4/6/20 – This sweet woodie is back on the market! It’s listed here on eBay with some active bidding but how high do you think it will go this time around? From 12/6/19 – There are some cars… more»

Wooden Wonder: 1949 International Station Wagon

Seems like wood is everywhere these days. I have found wood-sided, or woodies, from Pontiac, Ford, Buick, Chrysler (both wagon and sedan) and now International. And this 1949 International KB-1 woodie wagon has been a bit of everywhere too,… more»

Ford vs. Ferrari Movie Car! 1967 Morris Minor Woody

Movie cars have always been popular. In fact, a 1968 Ford Mustang that starred in the movie Bullitt recently sold for $3.74 million! If you’ve always wanted a movie car, but can’t afford millions, perhaps you could own this… more»

Wonderful Woody: 1960 Morris Minor Traveller

Some cars have the ability to go well beyond being cool, and this 1960 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller “Woody” is just such a car. This represents an older refurbishment that has held up really well over the year and… more»

Amazing Survivor: 1946 Ford Woodie Wagon

After remaining a part of the same family for the past 53-years, the time has come for this 1946 Ford Super DeLuxe Woody to head off to a new home. This is a car that is said to be… more»

Cool Custom: 1951 Willys Woody Station Wagon

If there’s one thing that I’m pretty sure of, it’s the fact that when this 1951 Willys rolled off the production line, its designer would not have expected it to eventually look like this. That’s not a bad thing,… more»

Full Restoration Required: 1948 Ford Woody

This Ford Woody hails from the last year of production of a Ford model line that could be traced back to 1941. This Woody doesn’t look to have weathered the years well, but according to the owner, it is… more»

Surf’s Up: 1947 Buick Super Woody Wagon

Somewhere someone is going to read the next sentence, hyperventilate, and then pass out! When I saw this car the first image that popped into my head was of a woody wagon parked near a beach with a surfboard… more»

Jon Voight’s Woody? 1984 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

It’s been said many times: the ’80’s were a wild decade for fashion, music, and of course, automobile design.  Enter the 1984 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country “Woody,” the result of Lee Iaccoca’s directive to his company to make… more»

Barn Find Redux: 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon

If you are a veteran Barn Finds follower, you may recognize this car. This exact project was featured here on Barn Finds in April of 2013. It appears the car is in the same shape (or a little worse) than… more»

Drop Top Woody: 1946 Chrysler Town and Country

What could be better than finding an original condition woody? How about a convertible woody?! Last registered in 1960, this Town and Country is a very reasonable condition restoration project that would be the best of both worlds. Very… more»