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Old 01-09-2018, 11:50 AM   #1
CSHADES
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adding a trunk to your truck.

I don't know about you guys but one of my problems with driving my truck as much as I do is the lack of enclosed carrying space. When ever I need to haul some thing like a fuel can for the lawn mower or tractor the can always slides around in the back or if I need to carry some tools to help my friends on some thing the cab is full of stuff rolling around. So I was at a swap meet and came across this trunk off of a 30's car(I assume) and thought it may fix my problem. So last summer I finally got around to trying it. I made a stand to mount it in the truck and used it with the ugly paint on it to see if it was going to work the way I wanted it to. So about the middle of August I put it in and used it for the rest of summertime driving. I pulled it out when I put it in storage and after the workstation restoration I got on this to get it done. I wont put it back in the truck until it comes out of storage in March.
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