It looks together if the Sandoros, owners of the the Buffalo transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum, have been pretty darn busy together of late. Not just did they secure most of the Buffalo/WNY repertoire from The Pedaling background Museum (see here), they also managed to get their hands on an initial c. 1904 horse-drawn Jell-O wagon. The wagon was found by History Channel’s ‘American Pickers’ star Danielle Colby, who contacted the Sandoros to see if they to be interested in the 100 year old transportation relic.
The wagon was originally uncovered in a Ouachita Parish, Louisiana family members barn. Follow to the Sandoros “It was made through George Higgins of Rochester, NY for the Jell-O company of Leroy, NY. The wagon is a far-reaching symbol of rotate of the century advertising.”
Upon gift contacted, Jim Sandoro travel to LeClair, Iowa to get it native the American Pickers. One upcoming episode functions the exploration of the wagon, and the transaction made between buyer and also seller.
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On Saturday, September 30, the public is invited to to visit an unveiling the the wagon. History Channel’s ‘American Pickers’ star Danielle Colby will certainly be on hand at the event. VIP admission to the occasion is $125 per human from 5:30 to 6:45 pm (Includes dinner and also beverage). General admission is $50 per person from 7:00 come 8:30 pm (Cash Bar). Funds raised at the event will go in the direction of conserving the paint and lettering on the wagon.
The American Pickers episode will certainly air for the first time in ~ 8 p.m. Might 8, 2018.
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