A Radio Flyer classic made with a solid hardwood body and durable components. Features removable wooden side panels.
|Ages:||For ages over 1 1/2 Years|
|Body:||36" L x 16.5" W x 9.5" H|
|Handle to Floor:||38.5"|
|Interior Body Dimension:||32.75" & 13.5"|
|Wheels:||10" x 1.5"|
|Weight Capacity:||150 lbs.|
|Carton Dimensions:||37.90" L x 6.00" W x 15.06" H|
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I had this wagon growing up and now just purchased for my daughter. I love radio flyer - such a classic company. The wagon I grew up with is at my moms home and still stands after 35 years. Works like new! (Posted on 11/3/2015)
Got our Town and Country 35 years ago when my 3 girls were 1 and 3 years old. Pulled all three for many enjoyable hours. They loved riding in it. Preserved it for many years and now my grand daughters are enjoying the same experience and making new memories. (Posted on 11/1/2015)
This wagon belonged to my children over 35 yrs. ago. Every child needs one like this to learn how to maneuver, guide and back up. They played many years with it as make-believe anything....spaceship, boat, moving van, etc. They tied the tongue to their tricycle and pulled loads. With our ball-bearing wheels, they could pull even an adult! As they outgrew playing with it, I kept it and have used it to move things that I could not lift or carry. My Dad used to say, "If you can get wheels under it, you can move anything!" Right. I STILL have our wagon and plan a new Christmas one for my grandchildren. (Posted on 10/13/2015)
I received this wagon for Christmas 33 years ago and I will never forget how excited I was. My father just refinished it for me and I feel just like I did all those years ago! It is a real memory maker!!! (Posted on 4/28/2015)
I got the town & country wagon while I was a little girl, well overy 20-30 years ago. I just pulled it out of storage the other day, wiped it off, did some general/basic maintenance and now my baby girl is riding around in this classic little wooden wagon. (Posted on 4/8/2015)
it was a memory maker but when it got old... like me it split in half! (Posted on 12/28/2014)
It will last for years to come, there is no other wagon like this one.
(Posted on 11/26/2014)
I had this same model as a child 25 years ago and all of its mechanical parts are still in good working order so I got one for my son as well. I noticed that the turning on the newer one is limited, but this is probably safer.
(Posted on 11/26/2014)
We bought the Town and Country for my daughter when she was she was 7. She and her younger sister had a blast with it until she turned about 12. Now she's 32 and the mother of a young son. I just finished stripping it down completely and refinishing it--varnishing over all the historic scrapes and gouges that her mother put in. I'm giving it to our grandson on his first birthday! Only issue (we discovered this within the first year of ownership) is that the oak side rails can pull apart under heavy floor loading and let the center of the wood floor pull out of the side grooves. We fixed this 25 years ago by nailing two 1/4 in by 2 in wide by 15 in long slats from side rail to side rail across the bottom of the wagon hence preventing the rails from pulling apart. I strongly recommend everyone do this! (Posted on 9/13/2014)
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