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Lunch wagons, because it’s lunch and I was wondering what cool ones used to look like

May 19th, 2017 by admin

King’s lunch wagon concession outside the Warner Brothers lot, where Bette Davis ordered fried potatoes. King mentioned that one of his lunch wagons appeared in the 1932 film “I am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang.”

William King worked in Hollywood in the silent era as an assistant director, the last film he worked on was the 1925 silent “Wizard of Oz.” He quit the film business in approximately 1927 to run the lunch wagon concession.

The first diner is believed to be created in 1872, by a man named Walter Scott. He decided to sell food out of a horse-pulled wagon to employees of the local businesses. Scott’s diner can be considered the first diner with “walk up” windows that were located on each side of the wagon (just like us). Commercial production of lunch wagons began in 1887, by Thomas Buckley.

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Lunch wagons, because it’s lunch and I was wondering what cool ones used to look like

Some cool Ed Roth creation that were kid sized

April 19th, 2015 by admin

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Some cool Ed Roth creation that were kid sized

1942 Hudson Woody found in Death Valley, then recreated

July 5th, 2013 by admin

This 1942 Hudson Woody Wagon was found at 7,000 ft above Death Valley. At some point in the 50’s it had been stripped of its interior, trim and drivetrain and used as a supply wagon to be dragged behind a tractor by a local miner. In 1969 it was brought back down the moutainside with the intention of restoring it. With its frame past the point of saving, the wagon was used as a template to build a replica body on a donor frame, a process that took over 5 years.

I just learned of this past weekends Model T event, the Texas Tour

June 28th, 2013 by admin

these top two photos are courtesy of Robert

these last two photos are of the wagon ruts in a limestone riverbed from the pioneer days, from the 5 page gallery of the event at