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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Judy and Riche
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!!PARADE READY!!

Up for sale is a restored Chuck Wagon that came from a working ranch in Elfrida, Arizona.  This Chuck Wagon is currently located in Tucson, Arizona.

This Chuck Wagon has been examined by a metallurgist who has determined by the age of the metal and the style of work that it was built between 1829-1839.

This wagon is made of oak - this includes the running gear and the oak seat.  The bed of the wagon is made of fir wood.  The only new addition to this wagon is the chuck box which was recently built and made of country maple.

The chuck box measures 38" wide x 42" high x 21" deep.

The wagon itself measures 42" across x 119" long. It is 57" tall from the ground to the top of the box.

The pull in the front of the wagon measures 145".

The tree measures 41 1/2" long.   The two eveners each measure 40".

WE HAVE MANY MORE PHOTOS, INCLUDING THE INSIDE FLOOR OF THE WAGON, THE CHUCK BOX CLOSED, ALL SIDES OF THE WAGON, THE FRONT AXLE, THE BACK AXLE, ETC.  PLEASE CONTACT US AND WE WILL EMAIL YOU ALL OUR PHOTOS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jon
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Do you still have this wagon?

Judy and Richie
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Yes, it is still available - I have a lot of pictures and can email them to you.

 

Dave
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Could you please send pictures of your chuckwagon to:
djohnson@gwec.com

Thank you
Dave
Arlyn
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First I'd like to know the asking price?

 

Thank you,

Arlyn

Robert Vollmer
Reply with quote  #6 

Please let me know if you still have any wagons available.  Feel free to send me a message to rvollmer@msn.com  or 949-677-1971.

 

Thanks!  :-)

 

 

Rex D
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Do you still have the chuckwagon and cuold you send picture and let me know if i can come and look at it I live very close to tucson

David Fant
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I'd like to know if the chuckwagon is still for sale and I can't see the pictures on the web.

 

Rose Fields
Reply with quote  #9 

I would like to know if this wagon is still available and how much it cost.

 

Thank you

Rose

Juanita
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Is this Chuck Wagon still for sale?  If so, how much?

Florian
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How much is the asking price and where is it located?
THanks,
FLorian

Bob McClure
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Hi,
 
Our cowboy action group is just starting to look into building/buying a full size chuck wagon to use and complement our cowboy shooting range layout. It would be appreciated if you could email the picures.
 
Thank you,
 
   Bob
Vonzell
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need prices along with pictures, very interested for a camp we work at.......Golden Bell Camp and Conference center..............thanks

Barbara Bell
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Have a chuck wagon for sale, completely restored by John Wolf of Crossroads, NM., Wolf Wagon Works.  Have pictures and information for anyone interested.
Barbara Bell
Evelyn Devendorf
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I am trying to locate a working chuckwagon that services tucson az and with no luck ,can anyone out there have any information for me on how to find one.  I am having a party at the end of sept. thank you Evelyn Devendorf
email evelyndeven@netzero.net
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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!!