http://www.moparmax.com/columns/magnante/vi_2-3.html Speaking of the IMC Little Red Wagon plastic model kit, here’s a mysterious photo that’s reported to have been taken somewhere near Toledo, Ohio in 1965. Yes, the hefty Dodge D800 six-wheel tractor is cool, but we have to ask what’s Maverick’s wheel stander doing up on the cargo trailer with a factory fresh ’66 Coronet 4-door sedan? No plastic model, this LRW is a bit of a puzzler. LRW fanatics know there were several built over the years. The very first one was started by Jim Schaeffer and John Collier - a couple of Detroit area hot rodders – but finished by Dick Branstner and Rodger Lindamood. Its debut was made at Cecil County Drag-O-Way on Sept. 19, 1964 with Ramcharger Jim Thornton at the wheel. The puzzler is how numerous period photos depict the first LRW as lacking the cab corner windows seen on this one. If not for the corner windows, we’d say this was the first LRW – after it had been re-assigned to southern California Mopar drag racer Bill “Maverick” Golden. Can anybody shed some light on the identity of this particular LRW?