Covered Wagons / Driving Carriages,Wagonettes & Hearse / Sleighs and Buggies / Carts and Big Hitch Wagons
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Vis á Vie

This vis á vie is new construction, but designed after elegant Victorian driving carriages. It has an all steel frame, hydraulic brakes, and plush velvet seats. Its the perfect carriage for special occasions such as weddings, or romantic drives in the country.

Price: $4,500.00 + delivery

4 Passenger Wagonette

This driving carriage is a reproduction of 19th century carriages. It has an all-steel frame, hydraulic brakes, and vinyl seats. The wagonette has rubber-covered wooden wheels with roller bearing hubs. It is available in the followingcolor combinations: red and natural; green and natural; maroon and natural; and black.This is a great carriage for fun outings with friends.

Price: $3,500.00 + delivery

6 Passenger Wagonette

This driving carriage is a reproduction of 19th century carriages. It has an all-steel frame, hydraulic brakes, and vinyl seats. The wagonette has rubber-covered wooden wheels with roller bearing hubs.

 Price: $4,000.00 + delivery

8-Passenger Wagonette

This driving carriage is a reproduction of 19th century carriages. It has an all-steel frame, hydraulic brakes, and vinyl seats. The wagonette has rubber-covered wooden wheels with roller bearing hubs.

 Price: $4,250.00 + delivery horse or mule drawn 8-passenger wagonette for sale: left side red/black

horse or mule drawn 8-passenger wagonette for sale: back

Horse-drawn Hearse

This horse-drawn hearse is a brand-new reproduction of an elegant 19th century hearse. It has an all-steel frame, hydraulic brakes, and is built to fit a modern casket. The hearse has rubber-covered wooden wheels with roller bearing hubs.

Price: $20,000.00 + delivery horse or mule drawn hearse: front horse-drawn hearse: back horse-drawn hearse: left side horse or mule-drawn hearse: right side

Horse-drawn Hearse

This hearse was built new in 2002 out of solid oak. However, the original hearse running gear dates back to the early 1900s. Rear entry door is wide enough for today's caskets.

Rubber on wheels with roller bearing axles. Hydralic breaks. Plumes, fly nets, and lanterns are included with the hearse.

Price: $14,000.00 + delivery
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