Garage Organization

Trusco Box

The Trusco was first designed in 1947 by a witty Japanese man. The early units seem to last forever and you can still find them on Ebay in top shop. And while I have no idea if these new reproductions are worth a damn, they sure are pretty.

You can check them out here┬áin the MoMA store or all places…

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Boxes Of Wood

A few years ago, a good friend gave me an old Gerstner machinist chest as a gift. I’ve used as a watch box (another sickness of mine), but also as a starting point for another obsession – I love these old things – both classic Gerstners as well as more obscure and home made boxes.

Anyway, let’s see your wood tool boxes.

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Small Parts & Supplies

Not mine, but boy do I wish it was… I was told this small parts organizer is from the early 1900′s, but there is no way to be certain. All I can really say is that it’s gorgeous!

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Von Dutch’s Tool Box

So, it’s Von Dutch’s tool box… Old news to many, but I still love staring at it. It sold for many thousands of dollars at auction a few years ago – way more than it’s worth, but you have to admire the art of it.

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What goes where?

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Smoking Deal On A Craftsman Box

I don’t do this kind of thing very often as it’s kind of cheesy to feature deals on the homepage, but damn… this is a pretty good deal. Basically, you are getting half off of a Craftsman 40″ box.

Here’s the bottom.

Here’s the top.

I’m gonna go take a shower now.

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