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Amish Reproduction wagon and buggy gear and parts
If your'e looking to restore an antique buggy or wagon consider Cottage Craft Works .com
This old time product online general store has a network of Amish buggy and wagon builders who can supply or recreate new replacement parts for these antique horse dawn vehicles.
Individual parts are not actually listed on the site so you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the parts and specifications that you need.
You can purchase the complete running gear or a complete buggy or wagon. These items are listed on the site.
You can even custom build an authentic working box wagon, covered wagon or even have a complete chuck wagon built.
Complete horse harness sets are also available.
Wagon wheels can be built using roller bearing hubs or the authentic wooden hubs
Buggy and wagon seat parts including the authentic leaf seat springs are available as well as the complete hardware to build a working wagon seat or decorative bench seat.
You will even find a Amish metal buggy jack. It's a Sleek compact powder coated metal jack that easy to store and to quickly place under a buggy or wagon axle for wheel replacement or repairs.
If you are wanting to build something a bit more modern for trail rides and rodeos their Amish builder also builds a rubber tired trail wagon, which he can reproduce parts for your wagon project.
If you are looking for something smaller or decorative, hardware kits are available for pony carts and ornamental buckboard wagons.
For those romantic buggy and carriage rides be sure to check out the authentic Amish buggy blanket. It was a wind breaking material to keep you and your ride warm and toasty.
This favorite Amish made blanket is finding new homes in RVs and for outdoor sporting events.
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