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Old 05-21-07, 04:18 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Depends on how big the ho's are. Probably could only get a couple of 12-sandwich-eatin' bitches back there but definitely 5 or 6 of the mini-ho's. Dynamat does help.
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stash for cash and credit cards, keys, etc.. in case of an emergency
Then under the ash tray insert is definitely you're best bet.
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Depends on how big the ho's are. Probably could only get a couple of 12-sandwich-eatin' bitches back there but definitely 5 or 6 of the mini-ho's. Dynamat does help.
This thread is circling the drain... Funny though...
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Peel the carpet down a bit on the driver's side center console, behind the radio, where the carpet meets the rubberized console. You'll notice the rug sort of "flaps" there. You can fit at least an eighth behind there. Be cautious not to lose your stash behind the console! Fishing it out might break things.

In the trunk, lift up the spare tire section and you can stash anywhere underneath the lining. Bling...

If you really want to work for a stash spot, try underneath the rear seats of a coupe. There are depressions perfect for stashing goodies on either side of the bench.

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Peel the carpet down a bit on the driver's side center console, behind the radio, where the carpet meets the rubberized console. You'll notice the rug sort of "flaps" there. You can fit at least an eighth behind there. Be cautious not to lose your stash behind the console! Fishing it out might break things.

In the trunk, lift up the spare tire section and you can stash anywhere underneath the lining. Bling...

If you really want to work for a stash spot, try underneath the rear seats of a coupe. There are depressions perfect for stashing goodies on either side of the bench.

I fly to Vegas at night @ 155mph with my lights off wearing night-vision goggles in the coupe...

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Keith, i had no idea you were so knowledgable in the drug lingo! haha
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Old 05-29-07, 04:26 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Why don't you custom fab a box under the glovebox
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Old 05-29-07, 01:22 PM   #22 (permalink)
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underneath the glovebox there is a plastic piece held in by plastic screws that meets the carpet . you can reach your hand up there because the plastic is so flexible and stash something, just be careful, there is black sticky residue that coats the the underneath of that planel.

also removing the fuse panel cover would give you a good spot to stash something small.
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It's been said, but the little space behind the ashtray that's accessible when you pull it out is perfect for small stuff. I have a couple goodies in there as we speak.
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It's been said, but the little space behind the ashtray that's accessible when you pull it out is perfect for small stuff. I have a couple goodies in there as we speak.
yea, but thats a first spot i'd look if i was trying to find something. I still think the best place is, remove the two screws that hold the console in place, and pull up back of it and hide something there!
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Old 05-30-07, 12:44 PM   #26 (permalink)
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dam this thread isn't closed yet.. yo someone will notice it soon so why not share my hide with the fellas. whan i had my accord i use to hide stuff in the sunroof all the time.. nothing big just small sh*t.
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best place

when u have ur sunroof open place it between the sliding visor and the sunroof itself. its then between the headliner and the roof of the car. even when u close the sunroof the visor stays back. jsut dont get it stuck. a box of dutches fits perfect. Im a cigar connoisseur. lolol
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The plasic panel under the glove compartment (where the paneling meets the carpetting: the part of your car your buddies feet would rest against if you know somebody with big shoes) is easily removable via 3 small plastic screws...

There's some room under there and it's easy to put back together. Though, make sure all your screws are always there or folks might suspect it's been taken off and wonder why...
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Old 06-05-07, 01:29 PM   #29 (permalink)
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This is a great thread! I wish there were more spots, but the wood grain removal trick seems to be the best bet. If you tried to stash anything up by the radio and carpet seam it would involve alootta bending over,.. which isn't good.. This is what I'd call a ikky stickky worthy thread!
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