Below is a traditional early 1900's Sheep Wagon.
This Sheepwagon was built and restored completely on Owensboro running gear. It is a sister wagon of the the
1890's Sheep Wagon.
The interiors are practically identical so when you look at the
interior pictures of the 1890's wagon, this one looks the same.
Note the antique stained glass window on the rear of this sheepwagon.
All of the wood used in the wagon is vertical grain Douglas Fir.
It has a solid Lodgepole Pine plank roof for the interior as well as
two layers of canvas for the top. There's a double bed
with a pull out table for a seating of four. There is also
a Fisher Baby Bear woodstove in it as well as full cupboards for
gear. There is also full storage under the rear bed as
well as side and rear storage boxes. Call Jim Howard