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    WTB: Engine Lid Luggage Rack

    Anyone have one of these? Made by Classic Carriers in Germany, no drilling 4 "L" brackets connect to the grill mounting bolts.

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    Has anyone tried one of these?

    http://trunkluggagerack.com/modern-luggage-racks/
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfitton View Post
    Anyone have one of these? Made by Classic Carriers in Germany, no drilling 4 "L" brackets connect to the grill mounting bolts.

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    Does anyone have one of these and willing to take measurements? I found someone interested in making some of these.
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    That's hideous!


    Buy a truck if you want to haul stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    That's hideous!


    Buy a truck if you want to haul stuff.
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    It's not permanent, I don't want to drive a truck to Hershey. But now that I think about it this won't work on my 914 so maybe the one in my second post would be better choice.
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    well, there had been different ways to transport..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfitton View Post
    Does the 914 Amco rack require that you drill holes?

    Yes, it would "appear" that you could use the rack in your link, but the gaps might be tighter on a 914.

    Have you thought of a trailer? I'm serious.... Larry Markham would go from LA to Gary Emory's campout every year with a small trailer behind his 356 B cab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haul View Post
    well, there had been different ways to transport..
    How about this for the triple boogey look.
    Mark

    PS Just noticed the license plate,,, say's it all.

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