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US $1,050.00

York, Pennsylvania, US

York, Pennsylvania, US
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Welcome this is a brand new never used Snap On tool storage box great for starters or that extra space that you need an easy to move around.

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Sorry but item is local pick up only

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tool box measures :: 38 3/4" high,, floor to top 19 3/4" deep,, front to back 40" wide,, side to side drawer deep inside measures front to back usable space 17 1/4"

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