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|Linda||I am looking for a farm wagon, does not need to be in great shape, even the frame alone would work. I live in Arkansas.
|bontai Joe||I would imagine that most any farm equipment dealer close to you can set you up with a new or possibly used frame. They are not that expensive (I've seen nice used frames rooling on decent used tires sell for around $500). A fully decked wagon with wood or metal sides will cost some $$$ because of the labor and materials in it. Other than that, keep your eyes open for listings in your local newspaper for farm sales, and auctions.