Since the initial debut of the Ford factory built wagon, Ford was the leader in the station wagon market and in 1940 Ford produced the only wagon on the market with a V-8 engine under the hood. The craftsmanship that went into building these wagons is legendary, and the outstanding styling of the 1940 models has kept this particular version of the woody at the top of the list for collectors for decades. Woodie wagons were never produced in great quantities and the attrition rates were high due to their utilitarian use.
Cowboy Customs has built about half a dozen of his Custom wagons. The first one was a 34, then a 36, then a 37 then this 40 and a later 50 Ford and 50 Mercury like the 50 Mercury model that Hot Wheels built as a model. This Woodie is powered by a new 350 Chevy crate engine and a 700R4 automatic Overdrive Transmission!
I have full documentation on the build with plenty of photos. If you do not particularly like this one, the builder can build you one to your specs. He has built a 34, a 36, a 37 and this 40 Ford Woodie.