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Posted on 100 b.f. in a car?

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#1 posted 01-05-2012 09:14 PM

In the old days, I used to put boards diagonally from the rear window behind the driver to out the passenger window over the mirror. The passenger seat would need to be laid down for this to work, and no other passengers could be in the car. It’s not ideal, but sometimes you just have to be creative and make do.

I once put an apartment kitchen of cabinets in my Ford Aerostar minivan and transported it 125 miles to the install. I had to remove all the seats except the driver’s and it was full full full. I won a bet with that one!

Ah, those were the days.

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