Toys of the Eighties, Radio Flyer
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Although the red wagon companies has classics in a few different decades, one toy became the nation's top selling wagon of the 1980s and that was the wooden town and country wagon that most 80s kids memories about.
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Rob Lambert - June 24, 2017 - Report this comment
An Italian immigrant started up the Radio Steel Company out of Chicago in 1915, and the first red Radio Flyer wagons were created. Wagon production was suspended during World War 2 (camouflage fuel containers and canteens were made instead). The Town & Country wooden wagons were introduced in 1965, and some modifications were made in 1981. The company name became the Radio Flyer Co. in 1987.

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