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A boy & his toys- Snap On Tools

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SNAP ON TOOLS has been working, wrenching and fixing America and the world for 90 years with their tools. I’ve worked with Snap On Tools a few times throughout the past couple years and they’re also “The Official Tool of Formula Drift” 2010.

They sent myself and Parker some gifts, no tools but a selection of cool stuff, especially a car and tool for Parker that he hasn’t put down!
Start em young, start wrenching now, he’s gonna know more than me…

This car has philips and bolts to take off with the impact gun, so rad!

Also, sent a couple Die Cast of Cruz Pendregon’s Funny car, love em…

Some tee’s and tops…

Also a 1/64 die cast for PJ too…

Thanks Snap On!

2 Responses to A boy & his toys- Snap On Tools

  1. Very cool! I collect NHRA diecast and always appreciate the quality of Snap On diecast.

  2. Jhooks

    very cool….

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