The wrought iron industry is the cornerstone of the U.S. economy, employing millions of Americans.According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the industry employs nearly 14 million people, employing roughly 13 million workers.It's worth a lot of money to workers, too.The industry's wages are a whopping $1.2 trillion per year.In 2016, the average worker made an average wage of $30,000 per year, ac...
I bought a used steel wagon at a used-goods store.
It’s a pretty big deal, and I’m pretty sure I’m going to need it again, but the wagon was a pretty decent purchase.
It had a lot of steel and had a decent load capacity.
It was about the size of my kitchen sink and I wanted to use it as a carport and a storage area.
I needed a car to move my things and it was a good-sized wagon.
A week later, I got a call from a friend.
She said she was going to pick me up in her truck.
She drove to the W.H.E. warehouse in East St. Louis, and it took her nearly an hour to drive through a gate.
I thought, Wow, this is really crazy.
Then she showed me the wagon in person.
It seemed like a great place to start.
I walked into the warehouse and I just fell in love with it.
It smelled really good and it looked like the sort of car you want to have on the road.
I wanted one.
But first, I had to figure out what to do with the old wagon.
Here’s what happened next: I called W.I.E., the Midwest Wrought Inventor of Wheels and Wheels, to see if I could use the old one for a little bit of my own automotive project.
The company has been around since 1919 and it has a strong reputation in the automotive industry.
The first wagon built in the United States, built by a W.A. Johnson, was called the Wagon of Fire, and was used to transport fuel for the Battle of San Francisco.
W.W. Johnson’s son, William, built another wagon, the Wounded Fire, which was used in the Battle for Okinawa in the late 1950s.
I contacted W.S. Johnson and asked him if he would like to make a wagon out of his father’s old wagon for a project I was working on.
He told me that he’d been able to get it back to him by mail.
I was a little disappointed to find that his W.F.A.-approved factory, the company called the S.J. Johnson Works, was not producing a new wagon.
So I got in touch with W.J.’s son, Jim, who said that the S,W.S., was making a brand new wagon out to the same specifications.
So it was my turn to finally find a wagon made from a used wagon.
And I didn’t need a lot to get started.
I had plenty of spare parts and a few bits of steel.
So, I bought the old steel wagon from W. I.E.—a local company that sells used cars and trucks.
I also purchased the old, heavy-duty tires that were needed for the project.
I could go ahead and paint the wagon white, but I didn