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Thread: Where do you usually place your first aid kit?

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    Default Where do you usually place your first aid kit?

    I got mine from my wife he bought online at https://www.levittownfordparts.com/s...-19f515-d.html. Essential? Yet it is. I really appreciate it amidst this pandemic. But I'm having a hard time placing it inside without destroying the classic interior aesthetics.

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    fomoco panthers !
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    I keep mine in the the trunk.Everything in one spot which is in a tote. It also depends on what model vehicle you have. Different storage areas available with different cars. We also have a tiny First aid kit in the glove box. Just enough to stop the bleeding.

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    The Brown Blob 87gtVIC's Avatar
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    Neat tidy package. Looks like you could scoot in under the seat...at least on the box panthers...lots of room for something slim like that.

    I should have one for the Vic as that is the car to likely get me into trouble.

    I have a factory Mercedes one in the Benz. P.side front seat cubby houses it. Fits perfectly in the little storage area and is within reach if I need it. Now, whether or not the contents are any good is anther question. Factory 2004 pieces.

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    I'm an air-conditioned gypsy gadget73's Avatar
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    I actually have a Pennsylvania Railroad one with original stuff from the 1960s. I should put that in the car, though it might do more harm than good

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    Wife has one in the glove box. I have nothing. I should get something for the other 2 vehicles.

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