Our Victorian Carriage was custom built for the Oxbow Wagon Company in Canyon City, Oregon by Amish craftsmen. The Victorian is the perfect carriage for a wedding or quinceanera. The folding top leaves the option to have it up or down depending on your event and preference. The burgundy crushed velvet upholstery is very elegant and will put those final perfect touches to your big day. The Victorian is pulled by our team, Doc and Eddie.
The Vis-A-Vis Carriage is named after a French word meaning "face to face". This carriage was custom made right here in Idaho! It has a folding top leaving the option to have it up or down depending on your event or preference. It holds the driver plus 6 adults and provides easy access in and out. The Vis-A-Vis is pulled by our team, Doc and Eddie.
Our two seat Surrey was built for the Oxbow Wagon Company by Amish craftsmen. Although this buggy was made in modern times, it has the look and feel of a 100 year old vehicle. The two seats will hold the driver and three adults. The Surrey would be great for any event or parade with our beautiful team of Doc and Eddie leading the way!
Our Doctor's Buggy is 100 years old and has been restored. Its single seat can hold our driver and one other person. The buggy can be used with the top up or down depending on your preference. It has been used in many parades for corporate sponsors. It was also pulled by Dollar at the 2014 Nyssa Nite Rodeo for the Grand Marshall escort in the parade and rodeo entry.
The Express Wagon is 100 years old and has been restored. Express wagons were used to deliver goods where heavy wagons were not needed. They were the UPS trucks of their day. We have used ours on wagon trains and parades with corporate sponsor's logos on the sides. The Express Wagon is very similar in size and design of the funeral wagons of the day. So, with some changes, it becomes a hearse for those who want a country type or western funeral. The wagon is pulled by Doc and Eddie.