The Ford Woodie Station Wagon 1948 is a vintage classic that has transcended the test of time. From its distinctive wood-paneled exterior to its classic white and red trim, this vehicle will turn heads wherever it goes. The exterior of the Ford Woodie Station Wagon 1948 is truly classic and timeless. The exterior is painted in a navy-and-cream color that complements the natural wood paneling that's iconic of the Woodie design. The wheels have white-painted steel rims, and the front and rear fenders are lined with chrome-trimmed fins. The grille is two-tone, featuring a black center grille flanked by chrome edges. On the inside, the Ford Woodie Station Wagon 1948 is even more luxurious. Driver and passengers alike will be welcomed by comfortable brown leather seating, with the classic wood paneling and trim surrounding them. The dashboard is painted the same navy-and-cream tone as the exterior, with a row of classic-style gauges running down the center. The interior is also appointed with period-correct wood slat flooring and a period-correct steering wheel. Underneath the hood of the Ford Woodie Station Wagon 1948 is a strong and reliable Flathead V8 engine capable of producing a powerhouse 128 horsepower. This engine runs smoothly and efficiently, allowing you to travel with ease. The Ford Woodie Station Wagon 1948 is a timeless classic that has proven its style and function through years of use. Its unforgettable design and reliable performance make it an ideal vehicle for any car enthusiast.
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