Radio Flyer All Terrain Wagon #32

Radio Flyer All Terrain Steel and Wood Wagon

This classic Radio Flyer Wagon (originally named: model #32) has been around for many years, topping the sales charts and delighting both kids and parents along the way. With it's sturdy steel wagon bed, high siderails, off-road tires and economical price, the Radio Flyer All-Terrain Steel and Wood wagon makes for a practical choice for many families. Now let's dive under the hood a bit: Radio Flyer Steel Wagon Overview: This is considered a metal bed wagon but is more of a hybrid model…
Classic Red Wagon

Wagon Review – Radio Flyer Classic Red Wagon…still around after all these years

It's not particularly attractive, there are no side rails, no air tires, it doesn't event have anti-tipping steering.  It's the basic pickup truck of the wagon world without much appeal...So why is it still one of the top selling wagons in 2019? Hauls smiles up to 150 pounds. We're talking about the Radio Flyer Classic Red Wagon (AKA model 18) and it's been around for decades delighting kids.  This basic all steel wagon has withstood the test of time because of its power of…
Radio Flyer All Terrain Wagon #32

Wagon Road Test – Radio Flyer Metal All-Terrain Steel and Wood Wagon #32

One of the best selling wagons for Radio Flyer over the years, the #32 All Terrain Steel and Wood wagon has the best traits of an all purpose wagon and few flaws. What Rocks: Metal Bed:  practically indestructible, you can throw the kitchen sink at without an issue.  Official weight capacity is 200 pounds so don’t be shy with chores around the homestead – just be sure to store in doors to keep the rain off and rust away. Air Tires:  pneumatic pneumatic pneumatic pneumatic help cushion the…

Wagon Road Test: If it aint broke, don’t fix it – Radio Flyer Classic Steel Metal Bed Wagon

This classic style wagon has been around for ages: I can remember 40 years ago careening down steep neighborhood streets, buddy in back, turning too fast, tipping out, and coming home to Mom with bloody knees…ahhh, the good old days! The classic – a great name for a wagon that has withstood the test of time.  I still see them everywhere; the local garden nursery hauling bark and 20 gallon shrubs to the car, the swap meets and flea markets, the kids in the neighborhood…