10 responses to Where Amish buggies come from
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    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (October 7th, 2009 at 13:40)

    Good post & pix. I am kind of surprised at the Weavertown Coach Shop calendar (from an advertising aspect), but I guess that’s one way of getting a content-approved calendar.

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    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (October 7th, 2009 at 14:28)

    Thanks Rick, this was a fun post, and yes those Weavertown calendars are everywhere, some other Amish businesses produce them too.

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    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (October 7th, 2009 at 14:40)

    This was really interesting to watch the progression of how the buggies are made/assembled. What surprised me was the fabric used in the interior — kind of a cross between a pimp-mobile and a psychedelic hearse. Guess I was expecting something much plainer … go figure..

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    jack thomason
    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (February 15th, 2010 at 12:11)

    i am looking for an amash wagon maker to build a civil war medicine wagon will you help Thanks jack

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    Donald Hausmann
    Comment on Help (September 17th, 2011 at 00:35)


    I would like to get my hands on an instruction manual for building carrages, can anyone please help me?

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    Donald Hausmann
    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (September 17th, 2011 at 00:36)

    Also where to buy the individual parts.

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    Comment on Where Amish buggies come from (November 20th, 2011 at 13:59)

    We’re trying to build a horseless carriage and need a source for elliptical springs…can you help?

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    Comment on amish buggy (June 25th, 2012 at 16:23)

    amish buggy

    I have bought a property that had this amish buggy in the barn, its nice and rear, however i looking for more info about this, its much wanted for sale however i dont know its value.

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    Jimmy Keele
    Comment on Buggies (June 25th, 2012 at 16:38)


    I am trying to find a used Amish buckboard wagon. I was told there is an auction for this type of wagon in Beeville. Is this true and can someone give me more info?

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    Jim Williams
    Comment on Buggy question (February 17th, 2013 at 10:24)

    Buggy question

    The article above said “Stick to the instruction manual, and the end-product should come out looking like these.” Where can one purchase a “construction” manual for one of these.

    The site is very interesting. I have several other questions but will
    look for an Amish community here my area. There are probibly many such old world skills that are lost to most of us that would be of interest to many.


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