Wood-bodied station wagons, affectionately known as Woodies, may be gone, but are certainly not forgotten. Woodie wagons were first popular in affluent American communities, and were often found at hotels, country clubs, and national parks and were later adopted by the surf culture. Most American car companies, including Ford, Mercury, General Motors, Chrysler, and Nash, offered wood-bodied wagons during the 1930s and 1940s and some of those examples can be found on this scarf. It is a generous size to be worn as a scarf or shawl. 93% modal / 7% cashmere. 90cm x 200cm.