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The original Caddy Trunk before it had front wheels and railings.
In this picture,
The third Caddy trunk revived as of Sept. '08
The third generation of my Caddy Trunk.
I think it's pretty neat. like a portable pick up I can roll about in my one car garage.
Dec.30,'11: The front legs worked just fine over the years, but after having a bunch of stuff on it and then a driveway that is a road with a bad slope come into play; I got a run-a-way Caddy Trunk a few too many times. And it wasn't designed for running into curbs. So this week we got it reconditioned with additional support.
Introducing the most efficient Tool Box system ever
August 29th, 2008:You may like to have a look at the progress on Caddie Trunk #3,... This is the first one having all new lumber. The hardware is what just naturally transformed into being a part of it. The legs are made from an old weight lifting bench I found in a scrap pile. The Rustolum gloss blue sure produced a shinny finish on the legs and side rail hardware. I'm going to put a coat of stain to the old side boards I made out of some scrape several years ago. We'll call it fowe finish, but hey they do the job.
I think it's pretty neat. Like a portable pick up I can roll about in my one car garage.
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