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1940s Ford Woodie Wagon Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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1940s Ford Woodie Wagon Puzzle Details:

About: Today's new puzzle features a beautiful 1940s Ford Woody Wagon. A woodie (also rendered as woody) is the popular term for a car body style - especially a station wagon - where the rear bodywork is constructed of wood framework with infill panels of wood. As a variant of body-on-frame construction, the woodie originated from the early (pre mid-1930s) practice of manufacturing the passenger compartment portion of a vehicle in hardwood. They were typically manufactured as third-party conversions of regular vehicles.
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Puzzle Of The Day On: 10/Oct/2013

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