ANTIQUE DOCTOR'S BUGGY
Welsh Pony Mare for Sale
Beautiful 13 year old Palomino Welsh Driving Pony mare stands 48". Has been shown at many Champion and Pleasure shows. Has placed very well. Her name is Barbie and is very gentle. She has been there and done that. Owner is selling her due to health reasons. Barbie was started under saddle this summer and doing very well. They are asking $5,000 for the pony, her harness and her wood Meadowbrook cart. They are willing to sell Barbie alone without harness & cart for $3,000 or make an offer. They love her and hope to find her a wonderful home where she can continue to strut her stuff!
Contact Shirley Schmitz at 952-467-2865
Located in Norwood, MN
Antique Cutter for Sale
Needs some TLC, has two sets of shafts: one came with the cutter, the other pair the owner had on hand, located in Detroit Lakes, MN. Asking $600 OBO.
Contact: Roxann Ramberg-Cossette 218-841-6058 or Horsesetc@msn.com
We also have an original Lindsay Brother’s “Doctor’s Buggy” with provenance for sale. It was manufactured in Minneapolis, MN in the late 1800’s-early 1900’s and beautifully restored by the original owner’s son whose parents courted in this buggy. It comes with a unique pole, shafts and side curtains...very classy! $1,500
Antique Restored Pony Buggy
Mr. Carroll Pirmantgen of Milbank, SD
has a Pony Buggy for sale.
Restoration was done by Hanson Wheel & Wagon Shop
in Letcher, SD.
He says this is a very rare and unique piece.
Carroll is asking $3,000 and he will deliver.
He also has a pony pole for driving double.
Any questions, please call him directly:
Located in Milbank, ND
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We also have miscellaneous poles, shafts, neck yokes, etc., plus an old road cart to sell. Located near Alexandria, MN. For more info and pictures contact:
Kim and Sandy Davis 320-760-1819 or email@example.com
Wagonette for Sale
Steve Waddell of Chamberlain Hill Carriages made this sweet wagonette of black walnut and ash with dark red upholstery. It pulls easily and lightly, seats 5 plus driver. Complete with natural wood shafts (40 inches at evener) for driving single and a glossy black pole (88 inches) for driving a pair. Front wheels 38 inches, back wheels 47 inches, body width 36 inches. Great condition. It can be shown in Country Pleasure Classes. Located near Hugo, Minnesota. Selling because my team is too old & storage is a problem. Asking $4,500 obo for this beauty. Contact: Karin (651) 303-9887
FOR SALE ITEMS
Carriage For Sale offered
by W&W Club Member Darin Lulich...
1864 Studebaker Trap
It belonged to the Studebaker family until acquired from the Studebaker estate c. 1940 by Romy Hammes in South Bend, Indiana. Current owner Darin Lulich says the lamps are original but need restoration. The restoration was done by Steve Waddell and the colors are black, black cherry and cream upholstery. The carriage is horse-size fitting probably a 15 to 16 hand horse.
The restorer said he had over $6,000 in it. Darin is currently asking only $5,000.
Please contact him by phone 612-309-6070 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Restoration photos of the 1864 Studebaker Trap as follows here........
Morgan Brothers For Sale
They are 14 and 15 yrs. old matching chestnut brothers. Mickey was born January 31, 2002. Mister was born May 20, 2003. There are many years of training on them. We are asking $4,500 (Canadian $) with complete harness: which includes, collars, bridles, bits, and driving lines. These boys are very calm, healthy, no vices, easy to handle, load onto trailer, easy to do work with feet or vetting. They are super respectful of fences. Green broke to ride. They get along with others. They behave excellently when driven on main highways. In the large standing stall they share, they wait until they are let outside then they go to their place where they potty. They are super clean, awesome boys...however due to my husband's lack of time, other interests, and plus lack of team knowledge, we are forced to sell. Also we had sold some of our best team wagons off a couple years back. This decision has not been easy; we need to find them a caring and kind home ASAP.
We have been working them separate and riding them went fine. Because they are a team for driving; they would need further training to drive them each as a single hitch.
Contact: Joyce or Cliff Redden 1-807-485-9778 Redenblu@tbaytel.net
Durant-Dori Doctor's Buggy/Run-About and Horse Harness for Sale
The buggy is at least 100 years old (I don’t know the exact year) . It is more valuable than some because it has the original manufacturer's plate attached to the rear axle. It also has a unique painting on the seat back which was added by the Pennsylvania Amish where I purchased the buggy in the early '90's. The buggy is a "run-about" or also called a "doctor's buggy". It was manufactured by Durant-Dori Carriage Co. in Flint, Michigan; it is called a "Blue Ribbon". A little history about Durant-Dori Carriage Co.: they built quality carriages from 1886 to 1917 until they started building motor cars. By 1900, they were the largest volume producer of horse-drawn vehicles in the US. This buggy is in great shape as the pictures show and I am asking $2,300.
There is also a leather harness with brass fittings available and sold separately. The harness will fit a medium to medium-large horse. I had plenty of extra belt loop with my Morab horse. The harness is also in great shape and I am asking $300 for it. The attached photo is not of my harness but of the exact same style. Located in Hutchinson, MN.
Please call Steve at 320-583-0660 or e-mail him at Stephen.email@example.com
New Wagonette and Antique Doctor's Buggy for Sale
We have a custom-made fifth-wheel Wagonette for sale with pole and shafts. Front wheels measuring 38”, back wheels measuring 48”. The pole measures 106” in length and 40” from ground to eveners. The width of vehicle is 58” from outside of wheel to outside of wheel (not the hubs). It has rubber tires with ball bearing hubs. The upholstery is tufted plush velveteen. This vehicle was custom-built for us by an Amish craftsman from Bertha, MN. It is one of a kind: gorgeous red, pinstriped, with only 12 road miles on it in perfect condition! $3,800 OBO