Both of these Kennedy TC-20 Tool / Tackle Boxes are identical. They are used, though both are in fabulous condition for being produced circa 1956. Feature a 2 drawer design with the standard Kennedy brown crinkle finish steel box, mated to steel slides, mated to PVC plastic drawer liners. The drawers have pre-formed fixed dividers and they open the full length of the tray for access. There is no lid on these as they were designed as a stackable / stow away box originally marketed toward fisherman and boaters as a box to fit under the side seats and still be accessible without having to open a lid. Each drawer features its own individual latch to keep the drawer from opening. In addition each drawer is individually lockable for security. Both of these boxes are keyed the same, and I have 2 keys total. I prefer to sell these as a pair, though if purchased individually each box will receive 1 key. The top left tray of each box originally had a removable small tray for the left side only. One of the trays is included but not pictured. It has had a few of its dividers removed, but still works for something. The other has been lost. I can send extra pictures if interested. Each box has 4 rubber feet on the bottom for stack ability or non-slip action. Mechanically the are very nice. I don't visualize any cracks or chips in the plastic, slides are perfect, latches great. Trays can be easily removed from slides for maintenance with a small screwdriver. They is virtually no rust on either, just some faint oxidation from age and light moisture. These boxes were used indoors by a physician needing locking drawers, so they have not been destroyed by salt air or boating conditions. They are heavy and will be shipped together unless purchased separately. Shipped via FedEx, so NO P.O. Boxes.
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