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Snap On Vintage Metal Tool Box With Leather Handle on 2040-parts.com

US $5.00
Location:

Jericho, Vermont, US

Jericho, Vermont, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No

I HAVE A SNAP ON VINTAGE METAL TOOL BOX WITH LEATHER HANDLE.

IT MEASURES 18 1/2 INCHES LONG BY 6 3/4 WIDE BY 4 3/4 DEEP.
THE BOX IS IN GREAT SHAPE FOR ITS AGE AND IS STILL FUNCTIONAL

PLEASE CHECK ALL MY OTHER AUCTIONS.
PAYMENT WILL BE DUE WITHING 48 HRS OF THE AUCTIONS END OR THE ITEM WILL BE RE LISTED.
IF YOU HAVE LITTLE OR NEGATIVE FEEDBACK PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING.

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I TRY TO DESCRIBE THE ITEMS TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE IF YOU ARE UNSURE OF THE ITEM LISTED OR THE SHIPPING ASK FIRST BEFORE BIDDING.

IF I CAN'T ANSWER YOUR QUESTION IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FIND OUT IF THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT OR NEED.


On Sep-19-13 at 18:22:25 PDT, seller added the following information:

the gun says 90PSIG.....9500RPM

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