Posted: April 9, 2018
This historically restored working hitchwagon came from Billings, Montana area with substantiated local history. Originally built in the early 1800's, this hitchwagon has had $8500 worth of restoration with high quality oak wood construction. The hitchwagon is a hard-to-find collector's vehicle. There are many unique accessories and designs on this historic hitchwagon including a unique brake ratchet system that engages and disengages with the pressure of the heel. It has unique flair irons with integrated rope hooks on sill of wagon for tarping load. It is fully equipped with canvas, loading ladder, and cushioned seats. The running gear also has some unique attributes such as rear suspension, center overload spring and unique forged axles. Sarven wheels have knurled step on hub bands.