Snap-on tool box model number KRA4107DPEV, serial number L168048C.
Cabinet measures 20x40x32 with 7 drawers. All drawers have locking tabs. Color is a deep purple. Like new condition. Purchased in 2008. Keys for both boxes.
Top box is a Kobalt 6 drawer black color measuring 26x12x17. Like new except for one minor dent (see picture).
Shipping will need to be calculated according to location. Estimated weight- 300-400lbs.
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