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Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder™ by Radio Flyer With seats for 2 riders, an interactive dashboard with lights and real movie sounds, and a 5mph driving speed, this speeder provides a truly galactic driving experience.


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Not a bad movie
17.09.2017 | Comment
Serial fly, although I'm not a fan of TV series, but the actors are very well chosen!
16.09.2017 | Comment
One of my favorite genres. I like to afterhours lie and laugh heartily!
15.09.2017 | Comment
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14.09.2017 | Comment
As anyone, but I look more comfortable here than in the movies to go
13.09.2017 | Comment
Absolutely incredible movie.
12.09.2017 | Comment
I love this cartoon.
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Radio Flyer - Wikipedia Radio Flyer is an American toy company best known for their popular red toy wagon. Radio Flyer also produces scooters, tricycles, bicycles, horses, and ride-ons.

Radio Flyer - Wikipedia This article is about the company Radio Flyer For the film see Radio Flyer film Radio Flyer is an American toy company best known for their popular red toy wagon Radio Flyer also produces scooters tricycles bicycles1 horses and rideons The company was founded in 1917 and is based in Chicago Illinois Contents 1 History 2 The wagon 3 Radio Flyer Tricycle 4 Other products 5 In popular culture 5 1 Sculpture 6 Notes 7 External links Historyedit Young girl with Radio Flyer wagon circa 1955 Antonio Pasin started building wooden toy wagons in Chicago in 1917 selling them to area shops He was working as a craftsman at the time mostly selling phonograph cabinets and built small wooden wagons to carry around his tools After he received numerous requests from customers of phonograph cabinets to buy the wagons as well he refocused his business on the wagons 2 His business grew until the Liberty Coaster Company named in honour of the Statue of Liberty was formed in 1923 The demands for these original wooden wagons dubbed the Liberty Coaster quickly outpaced production Incorporating the mass manufacturing techniques of the auto industry Pasin began making metal wagons out of stamped steel in 1927 3 At around that time the red wagons sold for slightly less than 3 or about 40 in 2016 dollars 2 In 1930 the company was renamed Radio Steel & Manufacturing The renamed company produced steelbodied wagons and used assembly line manufacturing techniques The new Radio Flyer wagons were named as a tribute to two famous men of the day Marconi and Lindbergh 4 Italian inventor and engineer Guglielmo Marconi developed demonstrated and marketed the first successful longdistance wireless telegraph and in 1901 broadcast the first transatlantic radio signal 5Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic in 1927 Combining those two marvels Pasin christened his new metal wagons Radio Flyer 67 In 1933 Chicago was the host of the Worlds Fair Century of Progress and Radio Steel was asked to be a part of the celebration Antonio Pasin took on major debt to fund the construction of a 45 foot tall wood and plaster Coaster Boy statue depicting a boy riding a Liberty Coaster wagon Below the Coaster Boy exhibit Pasin sold miniatures for 25 cents 8 During World War II steel was essential war material from 1942–1945 the company shifted production to portable five gallon Blitz cans for the US Army 9 In 1987 Radio Steel changed its name to Radio Flyer after its popular flagship little red wagon 9 Robert Pasin Antonios grandson has been CEO since 1997 810 Today the company produces a wide range of childrens products including scooters tricycles rideons horses battery ops and wagons In 2015 Fortune named Radio Flyer number one in the top 25 best small businesses for which to work 11 The wagonedit Radio Flyer wagon tricycle and hobby horse circa 1960 The Liberty Coaster Company began producing the wooden bodied No 4 Liberty Coaster in 1923 12 In 1927 Pasin replaced the wooden body with stamped steel taking advantage of assembly line manufacturing techniques and earning him the nickname Little Ford 13 1500 wagons a day rolled off assembly lines even during the Great Depression 14 Since 2002 the company has produced plastic as well as metalbodied wagons 15 A number of designs and styles have been produced by Radio Flyer often inspired by the automobiles or popular culture of the day The Zephyr produced in the 1930s paid homage to the Chrysler Airflow 14 The 1950s saw a yellow wagon inspired by the movie Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier and a blue wagon produced in partnership with Disneys Mickey Mouse Club 16 Wagons from the 1970s borrowed the stylings of the muscle cars of the day including the Fireball 2001 inspired by Evel Knievel 1718 The 1990s saw the introduction of the Quad Shock Wagon echoing sport utility vehicles 17 The Ultimate Family Wagon introduced in 2007 includes a sunshade and an adjustable seat the design won a Chicago Innovation Award in 2007 15 The Radio Flyer Wagon was inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame at The Strong in Rochester New York in 199917 and its creator Antonio Pasin was inducted into the Toy Industry Hall of Fame in 2003 19 Radio Flyer Tricycleedit The Radio Flyer Tricycle features the same bright red color and graphics as the little red wagon Radio Flyer Tricycle Radio Flyer Tricycle Other productsedit The Inchworm is a wheeled rideon toy propelled by the bouncing motion of the rider It is styled as a Geometer caterpillar or inchworm It was initially produced by Hasbro in the 1970s citation needed The Radio Flyer Ziggle introduced in 2013 is a rideon toy for kids 3 to 8 with four caster wheels and no pedals 20 Kids propel forward by wiggling and twisting their bodies in a back and forth motion and moving the handle bars at the same time 2122 In 2016 Radio Flyer introduced a new partnership product the Tesla Model S for Kids The first and only battery powered rideon for kids with Lithium Ion Technology The Flightspeed™ Lithium Ion Batteries are engineered to provide the best performance available with a lower impact on the environment It can easily switch between a top speed of 6 mph and a parent limited speed of 3 mph with the flip of a switch located in the trunk The car is customizable and can be personalized In popular cultureedit The readily recognizable little red wagon manufactured by Radio Flyer is used in several artistic works including film and television A character in the 1992 drama film Radio Flyer flies to safety in a converted Radio Flyer wagon Radio Flyer wagons appear in a store display in the 1983 film A Christmas Story The June 24 2013 episode of Lets Make a Deal parodied this wagon as a Zonk being offered under the name Zonk Flyer Sculptureedit The 45 foot 13 7 m tall Coaster Boy wood and plaster statue of a young boy and wagon was constructed by Radio Flyer for the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair Century of Progress 8 Riverfront Park in Spokane Washington features a large red wagon that doubles as a playground slide It is 12 feet 3 7 m high and 27 feet 8 2 m long The interactive sculpture was sculpted by Ken Spiering and installed in 1989 2324 The Worlds Largest Wagon is a sculpture commissioned by Radio Flyer in honor of their 80th anniversary It is nine times the size of a little red wagon and weighs 15000 pounds 6800 kg 25 Radio Flyer Classic Red 10Inch Bicycle with Chain Drive Tumblon LLC Retrieved 20120116   a b WeiHaas Maya Radio Flyer How an Italian Immigrant Rolled Out the Radio Flyer Wagon Across America Smithsonian Retrieved 22 June 2016   Walsh Tim 2005 Timeless toys  classic toys and the playmakers who created them 1 ed Kansas City Mo Andrews McMeel Pub ISBN 0740755714   Jeopardy 27 May 2013 Retrieved 26 October 2015   Staff Guglielmo Marconi History com AE Networks Retrieved 16 August 2014   Walsh Tim 2005 Timeless toys  classic toys and the playmakers who created them 1 ed Kansas City Mo Andrews McMeel Pub ISBN 0740755714   The Antonio Pasin Story   a b c Olsen Elizabeth July 24 2010 The Wagons Keep Rolling interview with Robert Pasin New York Times   a b Hallett Anthony Diane Hallett 1997 Entrepreneur magazine encyclopedia of entrepreneurs John Wiley and Sons p  376–377 ISBN 9780471175360   Entrereneur Of The Year 2009 Ernst & Young   50 Best Small and Medium Workplaces Fortune Retrieved 20151029   Radio Flyer in the Beginning corporate history Scott Sharon M 2010 Toys and American culture an encyclopedia ABCCLIO ISBN 9780313347986   a b Young William H Nancy K Young 2002 The 1930s Greenwood Publishing Group ISBN 9780313316029   a b Jackson Cheryl V October 22 2007 Innovating on a classic the little red wagon Chicago SunTimes   Radio Flyer in the Fifties corporate history a b c Radio Flyer Wagon inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame Radio Flyer in the Seventies corporate history Toy Industry Hall of Fame Inductees 1985–2004 httpwww parents comfuntoyskidtoysboredombusterawards httpswww youtube comwatchv=5kzIrp1uk httpwww gizmag comzigglewiggle27650 Spokane Riverfront Park Baskas Harriet 2011 Washington Curiosities 3rd Quirky Characters Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff Globe Pequot ISBN 9780762761197   Worlds Largest Wagon External linksedit Company website A detailed history of Radio Flyer Worlds Largest Wagon Distributed in UK and EIRE by Asobi