Here at Handcrafted Western Wagons, we strive to make an exceptional replica wagon at an affordable price. All of our wagons are truly hand made. -No assembly lines or premade parts- We have compared pictures from books as well as old photographs to make a truly accurate model of the real thing. The older these wagons get the more rustic and authentic they look!! This is a family owned and run business - we do not have large factories, in fact we make our wagons in a log cabin work shop right up in the Appalachian Mountains.
We can keep our prices low, and our quality high, for we operate as a small family business, making our handmade wagons right at home with no employees, no middle men, and little overhead. About the owner of Handcrafted Western Wagons: Ed Sillman, along with his family, hand make these replica wagons for you. He has been doing quality woodworking for over 25 years. Ed and his family are also a part of a Fellowship of Believers here in Spruce Pine, North Carolina. They, along with the rest of the Fellowship here, invite you to come and visit our little assembly as we worship our Saviour, Jesus Christ!! Meet Ed and his family.
1. What is special and unique about this product?
All parts are handmade and hand assembled in our family wood shop. The stain is our own formula, and we designed these ourselves.
2. What makes your product superior to anything like it?
As a family business with no outside employees, we put care into each piece we make. Much attention is given to design and detail. Our goal has been to offer products with high quality and low price, made in USA, and with obvious craftsmanship. We hope it is evident by our Wagons that we have reached this goal.
3. What is your company history?
We have had a family wood shop for about 25 years, making lawn furniture, custom cabinets, Cedar Chests and other furniture. Then about five years ago we began making Rustic Wagons. Since then we have made many changes to improve our wagons, and have added new items from studying history books and many pictures. And now we present you with - the Western Wagons: Conestoga Wagon, Buckboard, Pumpkin Wagon, & Wooden Wheelbarrow.