1940 Ford Woodie
Designer: Ford Motor Company
Birthplace: Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Manufactuer: Hot Wheels
A woodie is a car body style, especially a station wagon, where the rear bodywork is constructed of wood framework with infill panels of wood orpainted metal.
After the demise of actual wood construction,manufacturers recalled wood construction with applied, simulated woodgrain, sometimes augmented with three-dimensional, simulated framework.
The 1940 Ford Woodie boasts of fat fenders, ablown V8 engine in chrome protruding out, and a“wooden” body. This surfer favorite will make you “beach your heart out.”