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Click to enlarge image  - The Sanford Mobile - In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
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Click to enlarge image  - The Sanford Mobile - In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
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Click to enlarge image  - The Sanford Mobile - In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
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Click to enlarge image  - The Sanford Mobile - In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
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Click to enlarge image  - The Sanford Mobile - In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
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In honor of the junk collection of Sandford and Son
We have all bee doing some major cleaning around our house over the past few weeks. One thing that has bugged me for quite some time is that I have no good way to transport my tools from one location to another.

After a bit of thinking, I discovered that I had everything I needed to make this cart for the lawn mower to carry my tools.  The inventory of items used on this cart is interesting.

1. Back wheels from an old rusty bicycle.
2. Rear wheel axle mounts are left over hurricane straps.
3. Side of cart frame was an old Dolphin Docks picnic table.
4. Cross pieces for frame are left over decking from building the kids fort in the back yard.
5. Front wheels are from a two wheel dolly that finally died, but part of the frame and the big wheels are just fine.
6. I used old skill saw blades for the stearing mechinism.
7. I found an old bolt for the pin in the stearing mechanism.
8. Cross pieces of frame from a chain link fence pipe from a neighbor makes the toungue.
9. The deck of the cart is left over flooring from a project of Jennifers father, a local contractor.
10. The side of the box on top are made from 2x4s pulled from the garage that we used to have.

What does it all mean?

I spent less than $3 on this cart. $2.91 to be exact.  I thought it was a good deal.

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Date taken: 2006 01 30

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