Ford Magnetic Tray by Go Boxes®. Keep small parts and tools from disappearing when you’re working on your car with one of these Oval-shaped magnetic tool trays, decorated with the logo for your favorite brand of car.
- 13 in. long x 5.5 in. wide x 1.5 in. deep
- Steel tray embossed with logo
- Powerful magnet will hold a handful of parts, and a ratchet and sockets securely
- Non-scratch magnets on base won’t scratch paint
People who work on cars, whether they’re professional mechanics or weekend scratchers, share a common problem: keeping all the parts straight. Invariably, you’ll drop some tiny little fastener, never to see it again. And it’s even worse if you’re working out of doors or in the pits at some racetrack. Grass, or gravel are not kind if you’ve lost some oddball clip by knocking it off the fender. The easiest way to avoid that is use a magnetic tool tray. They’ll hold a handful of parts and fasteners, and a few sockets to boot, and the powerful magnets will anchor everything made of steel to the bottom of the tray like chewing gum to the bottom of your shoe on a hot day. Keep this irreplaceable bounty out of harm’s way by sticking the magnetic tray just about anywhere-and that includes to the inside of the hood, upside down and conveniently over your head. Yes, the magnets are that powerful.
This Go Boxes logo-shaped magnetic parts tray has two permanent, heavy duty, rubber-covered magnets. The steel tray measures 13 in. long x 5.5 in. wide x 1.5 in. deep, more than large enough to organize all the fasteners from your exhaust headers, a ratchet and a couple of sockets nearby while you struggle to get the bolts started. No, it won’t scratch your paint, because the two powerful ceramic magnets are rubber-coated.
GOBOXES, LLC, introduced their new line of patent pending, premium quality, logo shaped toolboxes at the 2007 SEMA show. GOBOXES has license agreements from General Motors and Ford Motor Company to produce a variety of specialty products, which display the owner’s brand loyalty. John Whitaker, designer and President of GOBOXES, LLC, has taken some of the world’s most recognizable trademarks, the Chevy Bowtie and the Ford oval and turned an ordinary toolbox into a piece of art that any car enthusiast would love to have in their garage. The product that started it all was a mechanic’s toolbox top chest manufactured in the shape of the Chevy Bowtie. The product line was expanded to include a 27”w x 10”h x 7”deep portable box that could be used for tools or detail supplies. After the success of the portable bowtie shaped box, John designed an oval shaped box and the Ford product line was introduced. More logo products soon followed, including a wider selection of enthusiast-oriented items, like magnetic tool trays and workbenches.