How do you like this Woody Wagon wooden truck?September 4, 2020
The American company has presented a “wooden” version of the International Lonestar 2021 model year. According to the creators of this project, more than 2,000 hours of work were spent on the machine. Now the unusual truck is on sale.
This fully redesigned International Lonestar 2021 has many features worth mentioning. Among them are wooden panels, as well as the very nickname of the car – “Woody”. This 7.92 meter long giant was created by the Brown Truck Group of New Jersey (USA). These guys work closely with trucks such as Mack, Volvo, etc., so they know a lot about trucks.
The company’s CEO Todd Brown, now retired, said it was originally a personal project he worked on in his spare time.
Everything changed a few hours after showing the sketches of the project, when many people liked the project of a unique truck, and some expressed interest in buying it. With exceptional reviews, International Lonestar has been slowly overgrown with wood paneling, now available for $ 375,000
Over 2,000 hours of work have gone into the creation of this brand new 3.35 meter truck. Weighing around 9,071 kilograms, the Woody Lonestar is powered by a 15-liter Cummins diesel engine with 400 horsepower and 2,237 Nm of torque. It sends power to the wheels through a 10-speed automatic transmission with start assist.
Inside and out, maple wood was used with at least nine coats of lacquer, complemented by orange accents on the fenders and footrests. Sound-absorbing material has been added to the roof and floor to keep the cabin quiet and beautiful. Inside there are maple-lacquered walls with built-in cup and tablet holders, and a charging socket for each seat. It also boasts Apple CarPlay connectivity, not to mention keyless access and heated mirrors.
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