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Old 03-13-2010, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Matco top box MB 944 model excellerator

Older model box, size is approximate 18.5" deep x 33" wide x 31" high., 10 drawer model. Was dropped on top corner with some slight damage and is missing one end handle. Questions I have are: can anyone tell me if this is a descent box for the $200.00 asking price? Can the paint be duplicated from rattle cans? Will matco give a replacement handle? Same on the slides if they are defective? Are these a older model box? I could not find anything current on website. Overpriced? Never owned a pro-box before, comments or suggestions appreciated. Thanks Update-no pictures available!
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Old 03-13-2010, 10:29 PM   #2
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Default Re: Matco top box MB 944 model excellerator

I don't think Matco gives a lifetime warranty on their boxes but Dave Blank would have that answer. As far as the rattle cans go, I'd say yes but you may have to go to Matco to get an exact match.

Matco would have no reason to warranty a missing handle but may be able to sell you one.

At $200 if the drawers work well and the damage isn't hateful, $2oo seems like a good price. That's a fairly big top box for a single bay.
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