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1920's Gendron Pioneer Newspaper Coaster Wagon

SOLD OUT Antique Sherwood Spring Coaster, best childrens wagon, Gordon Westover, Sacramento
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This Daily News paperboy wagon probably delivered many newspapers to many customers in the 1920's in the Toledo, Ohio area. This is an original antique Gendron Wheel Company of Toledo, Ohio, Pioneer Coaster Wagon.

$500.00
Shipping & Handling: $75.00 via UPS


1895 Antique Toy Scenic Wagon

SOLD OUT Antique Sherwood Spring Coaster, best childrens wagon, Gordon Westover, Sacramento
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This original antique toy wagon is shown on a 1895 catalog page complete with scenic art work on both sides. This wagon was found in the rafters of the milkhouse on a small farm in northern Illinois, purchased in 1964 from Roger Patterson who played with it as a boy over a century ago. The front wheels, turning axle, handle, and rear side, have been replaced. The size of the box is 15" by 30" by 5" high. The front wheels are 13" and the rear wheels are 18" high.

$700.00
Shipping & Handling: Prefer Pick-up
UPS ground - 2 packages $150.00


1884 Original Gendron Iron Express Wagon

1930 Gendron Pioneer Dual Rear Wheels Truck Wagon
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Peter Gendron, the most famous "Ride On" toy maker of all time, invented the running gear for this wagon; patented May 6, 1884. This maybe a priceless wagon making it worth more than $1000. Between 1885-1893 the Gendron Iron Wheel Company became the leading manufacturer of bicycles, wagons, and other children's vehicles in the country. Between the layers of paint, original wagon bed color red, is the "EXPRESS", original green logo. By 1902, Sears, Roebuck & Co. advertised this wagon for $1.25 to $1.50.

Authenticity: This wagon has the same exact running gear pictured and listed on U.S. Patent No. 298,078; Inventor: Peter Gendron.

Price: Negotiate Price: Maybe worth $1000 plus.
Shipping & Handling: $100.00 via UPS

Product Specifications:
Wagon Bed: H 5 1/2" x W 14" x L 28"
Wheels: Front 12", Back 16"
Handle: 36"

Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing this wagon.


The Real 1920’s Great American Coaster

1920 Great American Coaster, this antique wagon can be purchased from Gordon Westover, Sacramento
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This 1920's coaster is the highlight of Gordon Westover's wagon collection. This is a decorators’ dream. The steering column features the old but sturdy fly wheel system. The brake system is a simple push on the fender against the wheel method for stopping. The 10 inch wheels are the old roller bearing disk wheels with round head rivets. The worn tires expose some of the inner wire used in the 20's to hold the tire on the rims of the on the wheels. It is complete with an added Steel craft license plate and added 2 1/2" flat headlights. The back side racks were added to give it a truck side stake look. Used for display purposes only.

$700.00
Shipping & Handling: $150.00

Product Specifications:
The size from wheel to wheel is 49 inches long; width is 18 inches; and height to top of the steering wheel is 25 inches.
Note: The wheels, back side racks, hubcaps, lights, and license plate were added to the coaster.


1930's Classic Oak Wagon
10" Ball Bearing Wheels
Featuring Rear Dual Wheels

(special order only - Allow 6 weeks to be crafted by Gordon Westover)
1930 Classic Oak Wagon from Gordon Westover, Wagon Master Coaster, Sacramento
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This classic styled wooden wagon circa 1930's brought back by Gordon Westover was created by my father during WWII for myself and my two sisters. Features a heavy duty no tilt auto turn steering undercarriage for extra support. The 30's styled ball bearing wheels are the same wheels made for the famous "Janesville" wagons. The chrome hubcaps give the product a touch of class and nice nostalgic feel. The solid rubber tires provide a smooth ride. Removable rails on all four sides.

$450.00
Shipping & Handling UPS Ground: U.S. $150

Product Specifications:
Steel no tilt auto turn steering chassis.
10" ball bearing steel wheels with 1 1/4" rubber tires.
Oak Plywood bed with removable side rails.
Finish: Semi-gloss sealer.
Wagon Weight: 65lbs.
Size: Height 23"; Width 18 1/2"; Length 40"


1900's Antique Reproduction Studebaker Jr. Farm Wagon

SOLD OUT  1900 Studebaker Jr. Farm Wagon, from Gordon Westover, Wagon Master Coaster, Sacramento
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This exact replica of the Studebaker Junior Farm Wagon was created and built for Wagonmaster by the famous Amish wagon builder Allen Miller from Middleburg, Indiana.

$1500.00
Shipping & Handling:Pick-up Prefered or $250.00 via UPS

Product Specifications:
Wagon Carriage: L 40" x W 19" x H 7.5"
Wheels: Front; 14" Rear; 20"


1930s Globe Aero Flite Bilt Well Wagon RESTORED ORIGINAL

SOLD OUT  1930s Globe Aero Flite Bilt Well Wagon RESTORED ORIGINAL, from Gordon Westover, Wagon Master Coaster, Sacramento
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It is with great pleasure to announce the acquisition of this 1930s restored Globe Aero Flite wagon. This is an original classic art deco wagon which was created and manufactured by The Globe Company in the mid 1930s. This coaster wagon was so appealing it appeared in full color on the catalog covers of both Globe and the Garton Toy Company in 1938. Globe and Garton were within a few blocks of each other in Sheboygan Wisconsin. Garton did purchase Globe in 1938 but continued manufacturing the ever popular Globe Aero Flite.

Up for sale is this unique hard to find, 1930s Globe Biltwell Aero Flite Wagon Classic:

  • Totally Professionally Restored - Fully functional
  • Mint Paint job and detailing
  • Original Globe head light covers with wire connections and light bulbs
  • Globe Side Decals
  • Headlight Button-base of handle
  • Hub caps and new rubber on all four tires
  • Measures 50" long by 20" wide by 18" tall (top of handle). Weight is 50 lbs.
  • Couple of minimal blemishes

$1500.00
Shipping & Handling:Pick-up Prefered or $350.00 via UPS Ground