Antonio Pasin started building wooden toy wagons in Chicago in 1917, selling them to area shops. He was working as a craftsman at the time, mostly selling phonograph cabinets, and built small wooden wagons to carry around his tools. After he received numerous requests from customers of phonograph cabinets to buy the wagons as well, he refocused his business on the wagons. Eventually he made the iconic Radio Flyer red wagon that we all remember from our childhoods.
And now you can have the Radio Flyer in its World's smallest Size.