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Old 11-15-2006, 02:05 PM
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Here is a picture of my two toolboxes.

I paint one "Speedway Blue" which is a current Toyota color and the other is "Plum Crazy" purple. Both are el-cheapo Craftsmen toolboxes with differebt wheels, a side shelf and a side box as well.
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Hadn't considered that!
Oh well. I'm to cheap anyway.
My garage is set up pretty good for it now
with the lighting and exhaust, it works pretty good.
What I need is more room, and my current layout
doesn't have room for expansion.
(That's why my junk collecting is kept to a min.)
Right now I have a hood, trunk lid, bumpers and many
other parts stored in the house. It's getting tight - LOL.
(I have a really good wife)

I have a wife, though, that has yet to park her car in the garage (we've had the house since Oct of '99) unless it's being worked on. My '78 Monte is parked on one side, and presently the parts car is on the other side. Plus, my car trailer is sitting outside in front of that. And, my driveway is only 9' wide at it's narrowest point, with no room to side by side park anywhere else. On the bright side, it does make her walk to the car from the back door of the house a lot shorter.


In a while, Chet.
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:07 AM
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Chet, you have a really good one too!!!!
It's interesting how many of us "car guys" that I know
have really good wives. Must be something to it.
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Here is a picture of my two toolboxes.

I paint one "Speedway Blue" which is a current Toyota color and the other is "Plum Crazy" purple. Both are el-cheapo Craftsmen toolboxes with differebt wheels, a side shelf and a side box as well.
Those boxes look great Dave. Please tell me you're retired. I don't have enough time to paint my car, much less my box. It's a great idea though. Maybe I can put some custom graphics on it. Then again, that would be like polishing a turd. Looks cool man.

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