Woodie Artists GalleryBruce Vernon
Bruce is an artist whose favorite subject is automobiles, and his favorite automobiles are woodies. You can commission a drawing of your own car or find limited edition prints available for auction on eBay. More information and a list of drawings is on Bruce's Internet website. Email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the drawing for a larger view
1934 Ford Station Wagon
Despite the economic woes of the great depression, Ford's Woodie station wagons were responsible for bringing the woodie to the middle class.
1937 Ford Station Wagon
A turning point in Ford's styling, this was also the last year for side curtains, and sliding glass panels were a $20 option.
1939 Ford Station Wagon
A fat-fendered favorite, the 1939 Ford Deluxe station wagon offered comfort, power and styling beyond that of the Standard model.
1941 Ford Station Wagon
Longer, wider and completely restyled, the 1941 model line up now included this Super Deluxe station wagon.
1941 Packard Station Wagon
Elegant transport for guests and luggage at one's country estate, this Packard was likely to have been chauffer-driven much of the time.
1942 Chrysler Town & Country
World War II cut short the production of the remarkable barrel-back station wagon, introduced in mid-1941 and discontinued in February of 1942.
All rights retained by the artist © Bruce Vernon
Email Old Woodies