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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Gary Heppner
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I'm wanting to buy a chuckwagon. Must be in good condition. Please send photos; front, rear, side, closeup of wheels and frame
Thanks
Gary Heppner
California
david currey
Reply with quote  #17 
Is your chuck wagon still for sale? Please email pictures if so and how much you are asking for it. Thanks.
TREVOR
Reply with quote  #18 
I WAS WONDERING IF U STILL HAD THE WAGON AND IF U DO PLEASE EMAIL ME THE PICTURES
Mandy
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Please send pics and price to mandy.boyes@yahoo.com if still for sale.

Thanks
wildcard
Reply with quote  #20 

The dates are very interesting as chuck Wagons were not in use at that time.

Oz
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Hello Friend,

I just wanted to reply to comment about chuck wagons not in use durning the period of 1829-1839. Partner chuck wagon are in use today. In fact, someone else was looking to hire a chuck wagon. The legend live on. Oz(chuck wagon cook)
Mark
Reply with quote  #22 

Would you send pictures of the wagon for sale? Thanks Mark

kate
Reply with quote  #23 

   The first chuckwagon went down to trail in 1875 or 1876, drove by Charles Goodnight. It was made from a military wagon ( studabaker) . Lots of wagons were and have been made into chuckwagons since then. But that wagon is the first wagon ever wrote down in history that was a chuckwagon. And our world bases all things of history.

Rick J.
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What can I say?? I was born at the wrong time in life. Love the old west and all it stands for. Plz. send me the picture`s I would love to see them ,,, if you do i`ll do you one even better ,,,after the first of the year I will send you a wagon that I built. That is if you have a P.O. Box ( it`s only about 3" long and hand made,,, the front wheel`s are about the size quarter so if you do that for me i`ll send yall one for free.  ( I do not sale my wood work ) it`s only a hobby for me,, just something I do for the fun and enjoyment of woodwork. Hope to hear from ya and yall have a Merry Xmax and to all that read`s this.   and by the way i`ll pay the shipping myself.,,that is if you want one of my little wagons.

Ms, Mikel Carmon
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I have a chuckwagon that I will selll or lease or come do your event or gathering. Have been in business with the wagon for 10 years. Has tin service for 50 people, includes dutch ovens. 307.2771235. Mikel

mark wilkey
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if you  please,send me the pictures of your chuck wagon,complete if possible.and of course include price, thank you very much. .....mark
Dave McGiffin
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I have a chuck wagon that must be 100 years old or more. All the hardware is
intact. It needs to be restored or cold be used as a yard decoration. I am asking
$2,500 for it. Was used by an old cowboy that I met about 7 years ago.
He was 93 and died shortly after that. He used it in wild west shows in the midwest, Solder Field in the Chicago area and other midwest areas and then brought it to Arizona. He had also made two beautiful stage coaches that he made with crude hand tools and sold them for $20,000 each back in 2003 or 2004. Someone from Tombstone, AZ. bought them and had them up for sale for $40,000 each. One has been in a western movie(don't know which movie).
M phone number is 520-203-4799. No way of loading pictures at this time.

Dave McGiffin
Reply with quote  #28 
I also have wagon wheels for sale. Prices vary depending on size. They were
used on wagons so look rustic. Great for yard decoration.
Phone 520-2-3-4799.

Dan
Reply with quote  #29 
Did you sell this wagon yet??

Mike
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Judy and Riche

!!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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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!!