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ninjaturtlesM35x 01-18-2010 10:32 AM

stash box
 
So before anyone jumps down my throat. This is not for drugs. I'm not doing anything illigal and I'm not worried about drug dogs.
I am installing a monitor in my cubby of my 09 lgt and while I am at it I would like to install a cool sneeky spot. I noticed there were some unused buttons where my side mirror adjuster is. I have seen stuff that u need to push in the cigaret lighter and then press a button and something motors out. It doesn't HAVE to be that high tech but it would be cool. It doesn't have to be to big.
Thanks guys

E-Tank 01-18-2010 11:41 AM

That sounds awesome. Subscribed for pics.

LosAngelesLGT 01-18-2010 11:53 AM

Personally I would LOVE to have a stash in my car where I could keep a couple hundred dollars and a extra copy of my credit card for emergencies/stupidities and not worry about it disappearing if I went to a hand wash or mechanic. I have thought about stashing a few 20s in my LGT operating manual.

The other day I was in a hurry and drove to the aquarium specialty-fish/pet store for some gear for my aquarium (the shop is 15+ miles each way!!!) and had forgotten my freaking wallet at home!!! So aggrivating!!! I only needed about $50 to make my purchases but I did not have it or credit with me.

A secret cubby would be fantastic.

Oh, it is not anyones business what you do outside LGT.com so don't bother justifying yourself even if this were for drugs! I would still want a "druggy cubby" for money and a credit card even if that was the products name.

Maybe I should just get a wallet with a chain :lol:

brum 01-18-2010 06:49 PM

Haha..I ran to the hardware store today to finish up making a shift knob out of a billiards cue ball and forgot my wallet. Thankfully I was only getting an allen screw and had the .45 cents in my change container!

I just got my legacy Saturday so I can't think of a good area off the top of my head. If you have a manual you could store some things under the shift boot/radio area if you pull up on the panel. There's a little room. I can get pics if you dunno what I'm babbling about.

BAC5.2 01-19-2010 05:25 AM

I'd really like a hidden spot where I could keep a few dollars.

In my old Forester, I kept $40 behind the overhead clock. It would pop out with a key, but it wasn't all marked up so it didn't look like it had been removed.

Now that I think about it, I wonder if I took the cash out before I sold the car...

RedDawg 01-19-2010 07:42 AM

not sure if this is going to link correctly, but ive toyed with the idea of bolting one of these in the trunk of my car http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...box.jsp.form23

E-Tank 01-19-2010 09:01 AM


bnguyenbb6 01-19-2010 11:16 AM

If I were to have a secret spot, it wouldn't be on the dash. It'd be hidden in my trunk liner(behind it). A spot where I would almost forget, a place that I would stumble upon a couple hundred bucks upon stripping my car while track prepping. lol

Luckily I don't keep anything extremely valuable in the car. If its worth is >$300(street price i.g. craigslist) then its going with me.

pillboy 01-19-2010 11:28 AM

How about inside the rear taillight access hatches (on a wagon).

Or put it in an envelope and tape it to the bottom of the "junk tray" in the spare tire well. No one is gonna flip it over if it is full of crap, they will remove the tray, sit it down someplace and then put it back without ever looking at the bottom of it.

Or get a "book safe" where it looks like a hard cover book and it is hollowed out inside. Buy a boring ass book and no one will ever steal it. Leave it in the trunk / cargo area. Or make your own.

Stick a magnetic "key safe" to the underside of the package shelf i n a sedan. Only way you would see it is if you were lying in the trunk looking up.

E-Tank 01-19-2010 12:26 PM

Pillboy is obviously no stranger to smuggling. ;)



Quote:

Originally Posted by pillboy (Post 2791379)
How about inside the rear taillight access hatches (on a wagon).

Or put it in an envelope and tape it to the bottom of the "junk tray" in the spare tire well. No one is gonna flip it over if it is full of crap, they will remove the tray, sit it down someplace and then put it back without ever looking at the bottom of it.

Or get a "book safe" where it looks like a hard cover book and it is hollowed out inside. Buy a boring ass book and no one will ever steal it. Leave it in the trunk / cargo area. Or make your own.

Stick a magnetic "key safe" to the underside of the package shelf i n a sedan. Only way you would see it is if you were lying in the trunk looking up.


ninjaturtlesM35x 01-27-2010 06:10 AM

brum, what are you talking about?
i may do something by the fuze panel

BAC5.2 01-28-2010 03:49 AM

He means you could pull up the shifter trim on the 5MT/6MT cars and stash stuff beneath that.

brum 01-31-2010 10:01 AM

http://www.cgbagne.com/wrx/?p=280

Such a good idea.

tDoug60 09-25-2012 04:23 AM

So I assume this never happened

compsurge 09-25-2012 04:48 AM

Waiting for "stash box" for missiles and retractable machine gun pod.


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