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1939 American Bantam Station Wagon Woodie

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The American Bantam was manufactured by the American Bantam Company in Butler, PA. Only 322 Station Wagons were produced, this is one of 21 known survivors.

It is the world's smallest 'woodie', only 10 feet in length and weighs 1,200 lbs. The body wood consists entirely of Pennsylvania maple and was hand crafted by the Mifflenburg Body Company, in Mufflenburg, PA. The FOB pricing from the plant was 4581.95 in 1939. The car is powered by a Bantam 20 horsepower four-cylinder flathead engine and a three-speed transmission. The car employs mechanical brakes, thermo-syphon cooling and gravity gas flow (no fuel pump).

1939 American Bantam Station Wagon Woodie

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Coachwork: Mifflenburg Body Company