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 Post subject: Radio Flyer by Malibu350
PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 11:49 am 
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<a href="http://mtm2.com/~trucks/trucks.cgi?s=Radio+Flyer">Radio Flyer</a> by Malibu350

Finally, a truck for the sandbox [nyuk]


<center><img src="http://mtm2.com/~trucks/P2004/radioflyer1.jpg" width="440" height="330"></center>

<center><img src="http://mtm2.com/~trucks/P2004/radioflyer2.jpg" width="440" height="330"></center>

<center><img src="http://mtm2.com/~trucks/P2004/radioflyer3.jpg" width="440" height="330"></center>


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 9:08 pm 
I love it Malibu,

Phin great Idea!


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 12:00 am 
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Cool, I'm glad ya liked it Ed..

...and thanks for the pics Phin, those are nice, and the track is perfectly suited for it.

:)


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 12:35 am 
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Lol, There's really no limit to your sick imagination. Can you really see yourself going down on one of those hills in Hotshoe's trail sitting in something like that? lmao

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2004 5:35 pm 
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Lol, There's really no limit to your sick imagination.


Ya aint seen nothin yet master J, and next time you'll be driving on it not in it, and it aint no wagon neither :lol:

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Can you really see yourself going down on one of those hills in Hotshoe's trail sitting in something like that? lmao


Yes. Can you imagine someone lapping you in something like that? lmao :) ... now that'd be funny, even if I were the lapee.

This wagon was actually just a binedit test and a precurser to another idea I had that up until this point I wasn't even sure it'd work at all but after a week of testing other aspects it looks as though it will.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2004 6:09 pm 
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looking forward to see what's next on your agenda lol

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2004 3:38 am 
a truck for the Sandbox indeed! [:-)]


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(03-30) 13:03 PST CHICAGO (AP) -- [bump]

Radio Flyer Inc., maker of the little red wagon loved by generations of children, plans to move its manufacturing operation to China.

The 87-year-old company said it would keep its headquarters and distribution business in Chicago but decided the Chicago plant where the metal wagons are built is too expensive to maintain. With the plant closing, Radio Flyer will lay off nearly half its 90 employees.

Chief executive Robert Pasin, whose grandfather started the company, said he did not believe the move would hurt customer loyalty.

"We're still a Chicago company. We're still a Chicago brand," he said.

Radio Flyer's tricycles, scooters and most of its other products are already made in China. A Wisconsin company makes its plastic wagons and will continue to do so.

Pasin said the move out of metal wagon manufacturing later this year will allow the company to concentrate on marketing and extending its brand to other areas.

"We're going to keep doing whatever makes sense," he said.

The company does not disclose sales figures, but Pasin said that plastic wagons have cut into the market for metal models in recent years.


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lmao


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