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    Carcass Tray / Box

    Selling my custom built fibreglass carcass box.

    The dimensions are:

    82cm (32") wide x 65cm (25 1/2") deep x 32cm (12 1/2") tall at the front x 55cm (21 1/2") tall at the back. Dimensions are just the box and don't include the wooden runners.

    The box will take a good number smaller species of deer and a couple of larger species. I had it in the back of my Defender but as I've bought a twin cab pick up just don't need it any more.

    Must be worth 40 to someone?, cost a lot more when it was made.

    Due to size it's collection only from Amesbury, Wiltshire (near Stonehenge).

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    I've still got about fifty yards of the water pipe I used for the handles and some more penny washers if you want to put a handle on the front.
    That certainly has lasted well, I made that about twenty five years ago and gave it to a friend for his Sportrack.
    It doesn't look as if it has had much use.
    Last edited by EMcC; 25-03-2015 at 08:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauer_202_6.5x55 View Post
    Selling my custom built fibreglass carcass box.

    The dimensions are:

    82cm (32") wide x 65cm (25 1/2") deep x 32cm (12 1/2") tall at the front x 55cm (21 1/2") tall at the back. Dimensions are just the box and don't include the wooden runners.

    The box will take a good number smaller species of deer and a couple of larger species. I had it in the back of my Defender but as I've bought a twin cab pick up just don't need it any more.

    Must be worth 40 to someone?, cost a lot more when it was made.

    Due to size it's collection only from Amesbury, Wiltshire (near Stonehenge).

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    Mark, You haven't mentioned how heavy it is, it is quite heavy as it is made from an old water systern header tank and is made of good old fashined solid fibre glass.
    So, when empty, it won't wobble about in the back of your vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMcC View Post
    Mark, You haven't mentioned how heavy it is, it is quite heavy as it is made from an old water systern header tank and is made of good old fashined solid fibre glass.
    So, when empty, it won't wobble about in the back of your vehicle.
    ah, I may not be interested now on that basis. Looking for something easy to lift in and out of vehicle,if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biffo View Post
    ah, I may not be interested now on that basis. Looking for something easy to lift in and out of vehicle,if necessary.

    Biffo,

    It weighs 8kg, the same as a pack of 1.5 litre bottles of coke! It's lighter than my drag sled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauer_202_6.5x55 View Post
    Biffo,

    It weighs 8kg, the same as a pack of 1.5 litre bottles of coke! It's lighter than my drag sled!
    sure, but I believe you said you have got a couple of people interested before me, so I'm happy to let them go for it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biffo View Post
    sure, but I believe you said you have got a couple of people interested before me, so I'm happy to let them go for it. Thanks.
    Biffo,

    Will let you know if it's still available on Tuesday mate as that's when the second guy wants to view.

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