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Old 09-07-2016
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Bob's Truck

It's technically mine, but I call it Bob's Truck.

He bought one the last one's of the line at the Saint Paul Plant before it shut down for good. He had been under a doctors care for almost three years so it has been sitting in a garage.

He passed away.

With 21K miles on it - it looks as good as the day he bought it.

Now my daughter loves the jump seats (She is only allow to use them when we are driving around town) and she said "There should be a table back here!"

So here i am the site looking to see if someone has come up with a fold up table so she can sit in the back and draw LOL

HELLO everyone!

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I don't know of anyone who has come up with something like that, but you could likely fab up some brackets for a piece of wood (or cheapie table) that mounts onto the two rear seatbelt bolts which hold the center passenger belts to the floor. Those are nice and sturdy. Not sure how tall she is, but some angle iron bent to height should work just fine. Cheap, easy. Perhaps some door hinges or something to allow it to fold.
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