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Snap On brand Plastic tool case: $5.00 - Kingwood Classifieds

Snap On brand Plastic tool case: $5.00 - Kingwood Classifieds

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Location: North East Houston
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Snap On brand Plastic tool case

Last Updated: 1 mo, 4 days ago
Snap-On plastic tool case. This is for the case only, no tools.
These work great for laptop cases, weapons cases, emergency roadside tool kits, storing arts/crafts, first aid kits etc.
I can include foam so you can cut to fit your needs.
This case is unused once the tools were removed from it.
The dimensions are: 17” x 12-3/4” x 4-1/2”
It is pretty sturdy with two latches and solid hinges.
See photos ( to give you an idea,I have also included photos of a model rocket launcher that I made for a local youth organization). These are versatile.
This add is for the plastic case only. I have several of these available and will make a great deal if you want more than 1.
Please email, text during reasonable hours. Two81 Nine 24 32seven 0

Price: $5.00
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