- Pattern: Badcock Furniture Delivery Truck
- Made in China
- Not Vintage: 2004
- Details: This figurine is part of a commemorative collection from Badcock featuring all their delivery trucks for the last 100 years. This looks like a 1940’s or so delivery truck, used by “route salesmen” to make deliveries around town. The truck reads: “Badcock Your Credit is Good”. There is also a rubber stamp on the bottom that reads: “1904 -2004 Badcock 100 years of Customer Satisfaction”. This piece is very heavy for its size, our price already includes the ever increasing shipping fees. It’s so heavy, it would actually make a great bookend! This is a collectible piece of advertisement, sure to please all advertisement collectors. Great piece of American history, ingenuity and memorabilia. Badcock’s trucks changed through the years, we carry two other Badcock delivery truck styles, see pictures. We offer a 20% discount for the purchase of all three delivery trucks. Please Contact Us for discount code.
- Material: Resin
- Dimension: 7.0 inches Long, 3.75 inches Wide, 3.5 inches Tall (all measurements include the base)
- Condition: Used. Excellent Condition. There are no issues on this piece except as acceptable due to age/use/wear. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are USED items, they are not new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear, and imperfections.
- Shipping is included, (continental US only), unless otherwise noted. AK, HI and International shoppers will see additional shipping based on your location.
The W. S. Badcock Corp. was founded by Henry Stanhope Badcock in Mulberry, Florida in 1904. In 1920 Henry’s son Wogan Stanhope Badcock, Jr bought the store. They struggled during the great depression but they pressed on through consignment at various stores in the area and using “route salesmen”, who would use small trucks, travelling designated routes, to sell the Badcock merchandise. Wogan also started offering credit to customers that could not afford to pay in full. These sales tactics helped them survive the depression. In 1966 they were able to expand outside of Florida to Georgia, later to South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Tennessee. In 1999 they updated their corporate image, from Furniture and Appliances added “and more” and the logo and stores brought a whole new look and design. Today, they are in 8 states: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia and continue to offer credit to their clients.