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From: Kenny J.
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Date: October 08, 2003
Plus wagons were often "ridden hard and put away wet." Their lives often became harder with each additional owner. After spending the first four to seven years having their interiors trashed by children, their exteriors trashed at the grocery store or the mall by shopping carts, they often became a handyman's rolling tool box or a repair guy's "shop car." I knew people whose fathers kept old wagons around for hunting or pulling a boat to the lake. Then many of the nicest survivors were parted out during the "investment years" of the late '80s to mid '90s by people who needed parts for totally trashed convertibles and coupes they located in salvage yards.