I have had quite a few people contact me looking for chuck wagons or selling chuck wagons as well as other old west artifacts. I tried to act as the go between for a while but it has proved to be a lot of work. Hence we now have the Old West Classifieds. If you have a wagon you are trying to sell or buy or anyting else related to the old west go ahead and post them. Have fun!!!!!


I have purchased a larger bandwidth package to enable the posting of more photographs. Although the Old West Classifieds are provided as a free service, a little donation here and there would really make this old cowboy a little less grumpy. Any small amount would be just great. Thanks!!

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Jim Wenzel
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This versatile income-producing covered wagon/chuck wagon is currently used at heritage festivals and re-enactments in southern Missouri.  It has been used as a chuck wagon, pioneer wagon and army supply wagon.  It is painted blue and red with a U.S. logo on each side. This wagon was used in a scene in a Kit Carson documentary in New Mexico, and several 150-year anniversary history events in the west.  It is simply outfitted with the appropriate period accessories:  removable chuck box with fold-down work table, black iron pots, antique grayware coffeepot and wash pan, dinner bell triangle set, antique water barrel, 4 hoops plus 1 spare, 4-mule tongue, single tree, double trees, hoop tarp, antique display harness, 1 army mule bridle and two antique army mule back straps. Also included is a 16' flatbed trailer with a power remote-control loading winch for hauling covered wagon.
I am asking $6,900 for the wagon/accessories.


PIONEER CAMP PERIOD ACCESSORY ITEMS:
12' White canvas wall tent with shade awning and poles, 2 camp cots, antique storage trunk, kerosene lantern, spitoon, 1 wood period folding table, 1 John Deere horsedrawn potato plow, broad axe, log augers and other misc. items.   $700 for the lot.

Antique lined bearskin coat with large bearskin gloves, med size.  $700

Quilt - Civil War Era wool patchwork quilt including wool scraps from Civil War uniforms.  $400

PROSPECTOR CAMP ACCESSORIES  $700 for below lot:
15  gold pans of various size, 5 wash tubs for gold panning with kids at museums.
Container of Colorado gold mine tailings for crushing and demonstrating.
Display case of artifacts from Colorado camp.
Antique Miner's red velvet case, portable scale kit
Authentic antique (backpack size) miner's pick and shovel from Colorado
Canvas Saddle Bags
Burro Pack Saddle

Please contact for photos and we will send via email.  Thanks!
















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M. Kee
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Can you send me pictures of the wagon and accessories?  Thanks!




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Originally Posted by Jim Wenzel
This versatile income-producing covered wagon/chuck wagon is currently used at heritage festivals and re-enactments in southern Missouri.  It has been used as a chuck wagon, pioneer wagon and army supply wagon.  It is painted blue and red with a U.S. logo on each side. This wagon was used in a scene in a Kit Carson documentary in New Mexico, and several 150-year anniversary history events in the west.  It is simply outfitted with the appropriate period accessories:  removable chuck box with fold-down work table, black iron pots, antique grayware coffeepot and wash pan, dinner bell triangle set, antique water barrel, 4 hoops plus 1 spare, 4-mule tongue, single tree, double trees, hoop tarp, antique display harness, 1 army mule bridle and two antique army mule back straps. Also included is a 16' flatbed trailer with a power remote-control loading winch for hauling covered wagon.
I am asking $6,900 for the wagon/accessories.


PIONEER CAMP PERIOD ACCESSORY ITEMS:
12' White canvas wall tent with shade awning and poles, 2 camp cots, antique storage trunk, kerosene lantern, spitoon, 1 wood period folding table, 1 John Deere horsedrawn potato plow, broad axe, log augers and other misc. items.   $700 for the lot.

Antique lined bearskin coat with large bearskin gloves, med size.  $700

Quilt - Civil War Era wool patchwork quilt including wool scraps from Civil War uniforms.  $400

PROSPECTOR CAMP ACCESSORIES  $700 for below lot:
15  gold pans of various size, 5 wash tubs for gold panning with kids at museums.
Container of Colorado gold mine tailings for crushing and demonstrating.
Display case of artifacts from Colorado camp.
Antique Miner's red velvet case, portable scale kit
Authentic antique (backpack size) miner's pick and shovel from Colorado
Canvas Saddle Bags
Burro Pack Saddle

Please contact for photos and we will send via email.  Thanks!
















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Cody
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Wenzel
This versatile income-producing covered wagon/chuck wagon is currently used at heritage festivals and re-enactments in southern Missouri.  It has been used as a chuck wagon, pioneer wagon and army supply wagon.  It is painted blue and red with a U.S. logo on each side. This wagon was used in a scene in a Kit Carson documentary in New Mexico, and several 150-year anniversary history events in the west.  It is simply outfitted with the appropriate period accessories:  removable chuck box with fold-down work table, black iron pots, antique grayware coffeepot and wash pan, dinner bell triangle set, antique water barrel, 4 hoops plus 1 spare, 4-mule tongue, single tree, double trees, hoop tarp, antique display harness, 1 army mule bridle and two antique army mule back straps. Also included is a 16' flatbed trailer with a power remote-control loading winch for hauling covered wagon.
I am asking $6,900 for the wagon/accessories.


PIONEER CAMP PERIOD ACCESSORY ITEMS:
12' White canvas wall tent with shade awning and poles, 2 camp cots, antique storage trunk, kerosene lantern, spitoon, 1 wood period folding table, 1 John Deere horsedrawn potato plow, broad axe, log augers and other misc. items.   $700 for the lot.

Antique lined bearskin coat with large bearskin gloves, med size.  $700

Quilt - Civil War Era wool patchwork quilt including wool scraps from Civil War uniforms.  $400

PROSPECTOR CAMP ACCESSORIES  $700 for below lot:
15  gold pans of various size, 5 wash tubs for gold panning with kids at museums.
Container of Colorado gold mine tailings for crushing and demonstrating.
Display case of artifacts from Colorado camp.
Antique Miner's red velvet case, portable scale kit
Authentic antique (backpack size) miner's pick and shovel from Colorado
Canvas Saddle Bags
Burro Pack Saddle

Please contact for photos and we will send via email.  Thanks!


Do you still have this wagon?













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Farrell Farms
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Please contact me regarding your wagon    ph 217-864-5450  Thanks  Phil
Jim Wenzel
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Originally Posted by Farrell Farms
Please contact me regarding your wagon    ph 217-864-5450  Thanks  Phil
Jim Wenzel
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Hello,
Just left you a message on your voice mail. Sorry for the delay but was out of town for a family funeral. 417-247-0174. Jim
Steve
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Please send images of the wagon.
Thanks,
Steve Smith
Chili Smith Family Foods
800-434-2929
steve@chilismith.com
Louis
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Can you send me pictures of the wagon and accessories? Thanks and GOD Bless..

Louis Corpus Christi Texas

Bob Noble
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Is the wagon still available?
Jim Wenzel
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Originally Posted by Bob Noble
Is the wagon still available?
. Jim Wenzel. Yes, it is. Call Jim at 417-247-0174.
Jim
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Did you sell the wagon yet? If not, please call me at 704-460-4573. Thank you
Jim Workman
Kayla Hensley
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Hello, Is the wagon still available?
Jim Wenzel
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Our wagon has sold! Please remove our ad.
Thank you!!!!!!! We are making a donation.
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I have purchased a larger bandwidth package to enable the posting of more photographs. Although the Old West Classifieds are provided as a free service, a little donation here and there would really make this old cowboy a little less grumpy. Any small amount would be just great. Thanks!!