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Old 06-28-2012, 07:03 PM
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Default Does anyone know what this cubby hole is for?

Found this while taking photos of the oxygen cylinder bracket in my 1968 M&M Classic 48. Its behind the passenger side front seat. The fabric cover is flipped up out of the way. This is the back of the equipment cabinet.

There was a similar one in the same location on my 1971 M&M Volunteer.

Not sure what this was for. No openings in the space other than what you see in the photo, so not for a radio.

I don't remember seeing these in the M&M Lifeliners that I worked in.
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Old 06-28-2012, 11:25 PM
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just one of the surprise on the MM the 69 here has the same cut into the cabinet
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Old 06-28-2012, 11:45 PM
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Log book??? Maps??? Lunch...
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Have you stuck you hand in it?
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That is a guzinder,anything you can not find a spot for =guzinder
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It allows the mice to travel from front to back without having to go outside.
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in truth I did not pull the cabinet out of the 69 but I will bet if you reach into it and feel around you will find a tab and a screw for the rear wall. the only way to put it in in the blind void is to have a access hole. it's covered but the spare tire drape so no one sees it.
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here is the one on the 69
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I'm sure folks have hidden so very novel "items" in those little cubby holes over the years!
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