Although the all-steel Sierra wagon is rarer (only 100 built), the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon, Dodge’s last woody wagon, is better-looking and far more sought-after by collectors. Quality birch framing was used on doors and superstructure; the "mahogany" graining on the doors was not veneer but merely a decal.

1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon
1949 Dodge Coronet wagon.  See more pictures of Dodge cars.

Pluses of the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon:
  • Wood-body looks
  • Fine carpentry
  • Last of a type

Minuses the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon:
  • Wood's susceptibility to rot and surface wear
  • Dull styling

Production the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon:
600

Specifications the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon:
Wheelbase, inches
: 123.5
Length, inches
: 197.4
Weight, pounds
: 3,850
Price, new
: $2,865 (U.S.)

Engines for the 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon:

Type Size
Horsepower
Years
sv I-6
230.2 cc
103 1950

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