When adults see one they typically remember childhood days when hours were invested playing with their wagon. With all the changes that have actually occurred in a lot of products it is surprising that the little red wagon has seen almost none. Pasin was an Italian immigrant that functioned as a cabinetmaker. Although the wagon, the Freedom Coaster was not a huge seller, the response from the public sufficed that he began the Freedom Rollercoaster Company in 1923. The success of the Radio Flyer Company which began as the Liberty Coaster Firm is really an excellent American success story. When Pasin entered the United States as a young boy, one of the first sights he saw was the Sculpture of Freedom. Several years later on when he was ready to introduce a toy wagon to the American public, he remembered the Statuary of Freedom and called his wagon the Freedom Rollercoaster in its honor. His wagon, built of wood with steel wheels was basic in style and high in quality-just what the toy market desired. The bright-red wagons have implied much generations of American families. Antonio Pasin risked his monetary future on a display for the Globe’s Fair in Chicago in 1933. This display was called “Rollercoaster Kid” and was stunning with a 45 foot tall sculpture of a boy in a Radio Leaflet wagon. 1500 wagons a day were created also throughout the Great Clinical depression. Today, also in recessionary times, sales are better than ever before.