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Alberta Alex

Luggage?

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Howdy,

I've had a Boxster and a Boxster S for the past 11 years. I just purchased a gorgeous '08 cobalt blue 997.1 TT cab with sand beige interior.

Five other couples in P-cars, along with my wife and I, are going on a week-long trip to Mt Rushmore - Yellowstone Park in early June. I know how to pack a Boxster, two trunks and all, but I'm having a heck of a time finding any luggage that will fit in the area between the folded back seat and the windstop. Also, due to the AWD, the front trunk is substantially smaller than what I'm used to, so my usual two duffles will not fit. Only one will fit.

Any and all suggestions regarding front and rear luggage would be appreciated.

Alberta Alex

PS. Posted pix to follow, once I wash the beast and dust off the camera.

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Maybe a trailer. You could always get the bicycle rack

and add a storage box.

You could also ship clothes to Yellow stone and when you

get there, you ship your dirty clothes home.

Paul

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Maybe a trailer. You could always get the bicycle rack

and add a storage box.

You could also ship clothes to Yellow stone and when you

get there, you ship your dirty clothes home.

Paul

Thanks Paul. I'll keep looking for luggage.

Alex

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Roof rack and box?

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hey if koenigsegg can do it... why not....

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