I have a 99 gran caravan, are there any easly accessable spots to hide
things? ie: in my chevy truck the cupholder comes out of the consloe under
which is a space to put stuff (camamra, check book,ect).
Looks like the caravan should have places big enough to lose a small child
I looked, I didn't see any obvious places. It looks like it should lotssa
space between metal and plastic but I see no easy way to access it.
My fault poor choice of words "hide", I'm sure many folks use caravans for
many things, I use mine for haulin my youngins and parents.
Now this is just beween you and me. My stash would have things like couple
blankets, bare bones tool kit, small shovel, might be nice to have jummper
cables, can or two of beans, cheapo ponchos, piece of cardboard (my knees
don't like gravel or hard surface) a spare serpintine belt. Am I getting too
If you keep this stash out of sight the stash does not get "borrowed" ie:
bare bones tool kit missing the 13mm and 17 mm when you need it, in BF or
beyond. Cheapo pocho opend for august afternoon shower waded up and brittle
when you need it in Jan..... you get the idea.
No I don't want to re upholster the van w/ my stuff on the in side, to be
cut out in emergancy.
I have the drug stash worked out, I keep my ibprofen in the glove box (don't
leave home w/o it)
I thought perhaps there would be mechanics in the group that could add
insight to how the vehicle fits together.
the MB group has a lot of knowledgable folks willing to share info you will
never find in a manual.
Or are you asking about places to stash
I bought a black plastic tool case that just slides under the rear bench
seat of my 1997 caravan. It holds a flashlight, jumper cables, hammer, screw
drivers, can of flat leak, work gloves, and wrenches. I also had a store
bought emergency kit that was a gift, it held most of those items. If your
van doesn't have a center console, you can pick them up anywhere for more
Or are you asking about places to
In the left rear qtr pnl, you can put stuff like that in with the spare
tire tools. Also there should be a small "cubbys" in each side of the
qtr trim panels. I keep my poncos there. My kids are older and won't
mess with anything so its a good place for me. I also have one of those
center consoles that I see at Target and places like that. Its great
for when we go out of town. It keeps the honost people honest.
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