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The renamed company produced steel-bodied wagons and used assembly line manufacturing techniques. The new Radio Flyer wagons ...


Radio Flyer - The History Of An American Icon - Since 1917.


Radio Flyer - The History Of An American Icon - Since 1917.


Radio Flyer - The History Of An American Icon - Since 1917.


Join Radio Flyer in looking through their journey of a 100-year heritage. From the 1920s all the way through today there is quite a story to tell.


Dec 3, 2012 ... Everyone always asks me, "Why are Radio Flyer wagons red?" I always struggle to answer this question because nobody really knows the ...


Why does the world need Radio Flyer? Really … come on – it's just a toy. Would people die if they didn't have a wagon, or a tricycle? Our products are not a ...


Feb 16, 2011 ... A 16-year-old Italian boy named Antonio Pasin was one of the millions who immigrated to America from Europe at the start of the 20th century.

Oct 31, 2013 ... Learn more about the history of Radio Flyer; the children's brand that has been inspiring kids to play outside and imagine that anything is ...


Apr 29, 2014 ... To figure out the story behind one of America's classic childhood toys, we have to start in Venice, Italy, the homeland Antonio Pasin left behind ...