The Depot Hack, Early Version of the "Woodie" wagon was used primarily for short hauls (hopefully in fair weather!) between railroad stations and hotels or estates. The stark, all-wood bodies were built by a number of furniture, cabinet and custom body firms, and the majority were mounted on the inexpensive, rugged Ford Model "T" commercial chassis. This kit reproduces a depot hack typical of those offered during the twenties, up to ford's introduction of a factory built station wagon in 1929. Included are the famous four cylinder "T" engine, side mounted spare tire, removable rear seats, toolbox and rolled up side curtains.