People always tell me (even right here in the town I live in) that I'm just lucky because they never find "good" stuff on the side of the road. I'm here to tell you that I would have to disagree. I think the key to it is always have an open eye for this sort of thing while driving and for me, the way I find most of my curbside treasures is by simply taking different routes. When I'm going to work or to the grocery store (or anywhere really), I try to take a different route, even if it's just a couple different streets. It's amazing how many things I find by doing this. I suppose having no shame helps as well. For those of you who wait until "dark, so no-one will see you"...guess what?? You're losing out to people like me. Be proud of your finds and pick them up with pride!
Alrighty, on to what you're here for...the transformation of the suitcase/luggage rack/table/stand/storage thingy. Here it is once I completed it. My Dad was visiting and helped put this together, but I'm telling you - it's EASY!
I set the suitcase on the open rack to determine the best layout and simply put 4 screws through the inside bottom of the suitcase (yep, I went right through the liner) and into the wood luggage rack below.
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