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    Successfully transferred all my change to the fuse panel cover change holder that Spiros was talking about...win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Successfully transferred all my change to the fuse panel cover change holder that Spiros was talking about...win.
    I checked and the new models don't have that.
    I have a low Reynolds number

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    Yeah, the new models don't have the fuse-tray thing....and they don't have an ashtray either as that is an add-on accessory like the Mopar cup Killer is using....

    Those door cup holders are wonderful of you are built like Twiggy, if you are built like a man, they are not really accessible either

    I currently keep my change in a fabric bag with a draw-string, in the center consol.....the bag is from an old pair of sunglasses.
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    The sunglasses bag could fit the bill. Good idea
    I have a low Reynolds number

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemonWRX View Post
    I currently keep my change in a fabric bag with a draw-string, in the center consol.....the bag is from an old pair of sunglasses.
    and I thought I was the only one with the pirate treasure idea.
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    Arrrgh.... keep your mits off me booty
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    the bag in the console idea works....been using it for years....but I miss having a set place for the change. My old CRX had a change drawer just above the fuse panel...my tC had a small square cubby with a lid just behind the shift lever. Subaru just leaves you high-n-dry for change storage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    and I thought I was the only one with the pirate treasure idea.
    Used to use Crown Royal bags in college...argggg matey!!!!!

    My first car (Acura Integra), I just kept a little tuppeware container at the base of my seat. Never moved and always stayed there...until my car got stolen of course.
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    Mount this in the hatch and cover with a blanket.


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    I'd be surprised if there's not a spring loaded holder you could adhere to the inside of the center console.

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    I use a Crown Royal bag in my door pocket.

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    has anyone found anything to cover the stupid slot in front of the cup holders in the wrx?

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    mini M&M tube

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    Quote Originally Posted by seno View Post
    mini M&M tube
    Or old pill bottle

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