"My story is about a five year old boy named Jaxon that recently was dignosed with a PNET Brain Tumor. Jaxon has to stay at the Childrens Hospital during the week for chemo and radiation, he gets to come home on the weekends. Jaxon needs his own wagon to travel back and forth to treatments, the red wagon would help ease his fears and anxiety of the hospital and treatments. The Childrens Hospital does not have enough wagons for all of the cancer patients. Jaxon lives with his parents and little sister in Northwest Georgia. So, if I won a prize with this give-away I would pay it forward and give it to this special little boy. "
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I hasv I have always loved RF wagons. I bought the miniature and the small-sized models at Sears over 20 years ago and I still have them. I worked for Sears at the time. I also bought the last Sears & Roebuck wooden-side wagon that our Sears store had in stock, back in 1999. It was a Christmas gift for my baby son, and we still have it. It looks just like a Radio Flyer wagon. Is it a RF-made wagon? My main reason for writing is that I went to an estate sale 2 years ago and bought a RF Model 7 wagon, still sealed in the box. The seller said it was in his dad's local store in the stockroom for all those years. He said it was circa 1950's, but I think it was manufactured in the 1960's. Either way, a great find sealed in the box.