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Good question! :zbeer:

FWIW, I've moved lawnmowers, coffee/end tables, paintings, extra T-bird seats, bicycles, 25"-27" televisions in my car and/or car's trunk before (not all at the same time :rolleyes: )....it's amazing how much the car can hold when it's packed well.
 

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I got a 12,500 BTU window air conditioner still in box into my trunk. Had to tie down the trunk lid, but it got it home safely.

--Molly
 

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I had a rocking chair in my back seat. Barely got it in, but I was able to have the passenger seat sitting like normal. I'm sure you could. If not, take out the passenger seat. :D :zbeer:
 

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Yeah, I can tell you from personal experience that a 1/2bbl keg will fit in the front seat.... I recomend buckling it in, and not getting pulled over :)


My roomate and I built a 2 keg kegerator a year or so ago. Neither of us have a truck, so I just buckle the kegs in.


edit: put a towel under it too.... and try not to herniate yourself.
 

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I fit nearly the entire contents of my dorm in my bird (couldn't get the TV in, and I didn't have any rope to tie it to the roof).
 

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You can fit one in the trunk no problem. But watch out for it rolling around if you don't strap it in. Everytime I have one in the trunk and I hit the brakes, the keg tries to bust through the back seat :wiggle:
 

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StupidFly said:
Yeah, I can tell you from personal experience that a 1/2bbl keg will fit in the front seat.... I recomend buckling it in, and not getting pulled over :)
Neither of us have a truck, so I just buckle the kegs in.
Yea, Not only will you probaby get in trouble for having it in your car, You will also get a seat belt ticket for not buckling it in. lol


It will fit if you move the spare tire around.
Ive had a 32" TV in the trunk before, as well as a xbox, ps2 and subs hooked up to line outs. I had the best system in high school, LOL.
 

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Well, we ended up taking my roommate's escort hatchback... we fit four in the back no problem. (Do the math, that's 660 12oz. beers).

Tonight should be fun. Anybody in Bowling Green, Ohio feel free to stop by and celebrate my graduation. :-D
 

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<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Does drink. :D

Wheres Bowling Green? Im coming from Indy, I need directions.
 

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Fit a tuba and it's case in there the other day. Also a 27" tv (had to take it out of the box) with my girlfriend in the back holding it so it didn't scuff the leather.
 

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:2huh: But a bare 4.6L block defintiely fits without a problem. You might even get a long block in there?
 
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