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Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

Posted by Garden_Momma (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 29, 05 at 6:34

Hi

I bought a genuine 'stroll a chair' from my girlfriend as she was having a yard sale. I can't find any information on it.

She bought it around 67,68. It's a baby carriage(?) that converts into a bouncer, high chair, stroller. All the attachments are here.

Does anybody know anything about it and is it worth much? I should note it is in good shape for the age it is.

I will try to post a picture of it, but I don't know how to do that. Maybe someone can guide me?

In the mean time do you have any idea where I may find it on internet. I've tried different ways but unable to find anything...

Thank You!!!


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RE: Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

2nd one down......
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: This it?


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RE: Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

LindaC thank you very much. I linked right away and the descriptions and photos were pretty close. You made my day!!! ;)


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RE: Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

I would like to purchase a tray that will fit a 66 model Stroll-o-Chair. Any ideas would be appreciated. thanks.


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RE: Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

I have a 1968 Rex Stroll-o-chair for sale as a tax-deductible contribution to a non-profit organization in western NC. It has all parts and is in excellent condition. Please contact me at the above email address and I would be happy to provide photos.


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RE: Question on a REX 'Stroll o Chair'

Are these stroll-o Chairs worth anything?


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