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So I like to have a really clean interior without clutter. Does anyone put their spare change in a place that's out of view aside from the armrest or console areas? Any kind of "aftermarket" products that can keep my OCD at bay?!
 

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Does your fuse cover incorporate a change tray as in the earlier cars?

Otherwise line the ash tray with felt and use that.

There are change roller type products but I've not seen one in a vehicle that's not a taxi.
 

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Does your fuse cover incorporate a change tray as in the earlier cars?

Otherwise line the ash tray with felt and use that.

There are change roller type products but I've not seen one in a vehicle that's not a taxi.
Hmm, I'd have to check the fuse cover, but I don't think it does..
 

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In my Ford, I have this sort of Ash tray thing, with a spring loaded cover that i put my change in. It's made to fit perfectly in a cup holder. Anyhow, on the side of it, it says Mopar.

Looks just like this.

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In my Ford, I have this sort of Ash tray thing, with a spring loaded cover that i put my change in. It's made to fit perfectly in a cup holder. Anyhow, on the side of it, it says Mopar.<br />
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Looks just like this.<br />
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That's not so bad..the console cup holders are kind of useless anyway since any cup or can gets in the way of shifting.
 

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I'll stick around this thread to get ideas...I use the cupholder as is, but I hate to cause I constantly use the damn cup holders for cups!!!

I can't use my ashtray as I ran my IPod wires coming through there (no actual ashtray in the car)
 

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The door cup holders in my 2012 are more secure than the console ones and don't get in the way.
 

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The door cup holders in my 2012 are more secure than the console ones and don't get in the way.
Oh you have door cup holders??? Not fair!!!
 

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belly button.
That's not right. On many levels, that's just not right...
 

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Sorry... shouldn't have posted that. You're not upset, are you?
I'm scarred, like when I watched 2G1C
 

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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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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.
 

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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
 

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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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