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Immaculate Matco Toolbox Set (top, Bottom, Side Locker) on 2040-parts.com

US $136.49
Location:

Brunswick, Ohio, US

Brunswick, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:MATCO

These awesome toolboxes have been donated to our church. The proceeds of the sale will go to our building fund. These boxes are fresh out of service from a newly retired diesel mechanic. No tools are included in the sale. The tools will be sold individually on ebay in the next few weeks. This auction is for the boxes only.

Details are as follows. This auction includes all three MATCO tool boxes.

MATCO MB3625SB - Double Bay Rollaway 
MATCO MB3620SBF - Double Bay Top Chest
MATCO MB500 - 5 Drawer 19" Locker

Documents and Keys are included. These boxes are in excellent shape, so bid with confidence!



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