The Woody Wagon stamp features a woody station wagon. Wood-paneled vehicles, or woodies, captured the imagination of the American public from the 1930s through the 1950s. Woodies came in several models, including sedans, convertibles, station wagons, and trucks. Originally designed as stylish cars for wealthy buyers, woodies were later marketed as practical transportation for families, who found woody wagons ideal for shopping trips and vacations. Today, woodies are favorite attractions at automobile shows.