This 1995 Chevy Suburban emergency owner's kit includes: a flashlight with 2 batteries, a flare, a first aid kit, a muti-function plier tool with Swiss army features, a old-time throwaway camera, and room to hold more. This is an amazing thing to have in your car in case of an emergency. Everything you might need in one handy place.
1995 Chevy Suburban Emergency Owner's Kit on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Michigan, US
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