Speedway Express Beach Wagon-Series 858

$469.00
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SKU:
SE00858
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Weight:
110.00 LBS
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Speedway Express Beach Wagon-Series 858

The original American-made Little Red Wagons are the "Speedway Express" wooden wagons handmade in Lancaster, PA since 1962.  This extra-long wood wagon comes with four big air tires, giving the Speedway Series 858 Wagon off-road floatation. It also sports the longest frame of our wooden wagons, so more kids will fit inside!  The 858 steel frame has kingpin steerable front wheels and it has a large bed size of 26 3/8"x58" over four 13"x6.5" air tires.  See Speedway accessories for matching trailers.

-Made in the USA
-Comes in Red, Blue, Pink, Green with yellow wheels, and Oliver Green with white wheels
-Delivery time may be longer for blue, pink and Oliver Green
-Bed size of 26 3/8 x 58 inches
-13" x 6.5" air tires on 6" wheels with 5/8" ball bearings
-1000 lbs. of load capacity


Free shipping to most states!  Western states will add $40-$45 in shipping.

 

RETURN POLICY ON LARGE WAGONS: DurableToys cannot take returns on Speedway wagon models 858, 860 and 870 or Valley Road model 7000 because combined shipping costs out to the customer and back to the shop are more than the value of the wagon, running in excess of $500 for an 870 shipped to and from the West Coast.  DurableToys does offer replacement parts for these large wagons in the rare occasion of shipping damage, as for all of our products.

For other wagon models, refunds will be reduced to cover UPS shipping costs incurred for undamaged returns due to customer change of mind.  Please see the Policies pages for more information.     

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  • 4
    Love It

    Posted by Tina Doule on 6th Jul 2012

    The kids love the wagon. We use it to go to the beach . Load on the kids and chairs, etc. it is not as easy on the sand that I thought it would be. But we still really like it. Would suggest of using for sand get more than 4 wheels . My mistake.