Wagons For Sale

“We buy all types of wagons”

Looking for a Joseph Murphy wagon.
If you know someone who has one please let us know.

Livestock, Wagons, Buggies, Horsedrawn equipment, etc.




This is a very very old wagon. Made by the Buerkens Wagon Co. of Pella, IA. Made between 1865 and the early 1900’s. Because of some designs not seen in later day wagons I believe this wagon was mfg. in the 1800’s. This old wagon still had a lot of paint and pin striping and we felt the original condition needed to be preserved. It was very dirty and we cleaned it with a special cleaner and them put a special protective coating on it that brought out the original colors. We made minor repairs and had to put a new tongue on it as the original was broken. 48 inch back wheels, and 40 inch front wheels.

Includes seat, double tree, single trees, and stay chains. Ready to hook your team to.
Would make a great chuck wagon or museum piece.


“Original Bain Ad”

Beautifully and authentically restored Bain wagon. Mfg. around the turn of
the century. This wagon is a show piece and is an example of the beautiful
and ornate pin striping wagon companies did in the early days. This type of
pin striping fell by the way in later years as the competition grew and
wagon companies looked for ways to cut prices on their wagons in order to be
more competitive. The Bain wagon company had its inception in 1840 when the
business was established as a partnership under the name Mitchell Wagon
Works. By 1852 Edward Bain had assumed control of the wagon factory. Bain
Wagon Company became the largest wagon manufacturer in the world and was
know for its excellent product. Bain was in business for over 50 years.
This is a 3 1/2 inch wagon (skein size) with a 38 inch box and 52 inch back
wheels. Original patterns from the old wagon were used. The box is
completely new using the iron work from the original wagon. New tongue, new
spring seat, and new double tree and single trees. Ready for display or to
hook your team to.


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FOR SALE – SNAKE OIL WAGON – Brand new and built in our shop. This design is a standard delivery wagon used in the wagon days for all kinds of delivery. Rides quiet and easy setting on springs and rubber tires. You can slide the sign out and put in a new one saying whatever you like. Great for advertising your business. Has a spring seat and curtains to keep the blowing rain out. Comes with a double tree and single trees ready to hook your team to.


GRAIN WAGON – Very good condition. This Geo. Clark Grain King box with
tongue and groove side boards sets on a North Western gear manufactured in
Atkinson, WS. This wagon has been in storage since around 1949. We are the
second owners. 38 inch box, 40 inch front wheels and 46 inch back wheels.
This wagon has a John Deere seeder mounted on the back. All I know about the
seeder is it was working when the wagon was put in the barn. It needs a
drive chain. Ready to hook a team to.


1908 Studebaker Doctors buggy in very good original condition. Hook your horse to this one and go! $3,000.00

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