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Don Yenko's Tool Chest
Tool chest

Origin

Don Yenko

Type

Tool Chest

Effects

When opened one can see any vehicle as a three dimensional blueprint

Downsides

Extended use makes the vision permanent

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

990-1134

Shelf

33338-5100-975

Date of Collection

1994

[Source]


OriginEdit

Donald "Don" Frank Yenko (1927 - 1987) was an American racecar driver best known for creating the Yenko Camaro. Considering his expertise with the vehicle his fellow racers wanted to call him the "Mechanical God" but Yenko disagreed stating that if it was any other type of car he'd be as lost as a fly trapped by a window. By his own admittance he was only a 'master' and creating high performance Chevrolet vehicles.

EffectsEdit

Instead of going back and forth between a blueprint and the car, Yenko used his tool chest to quickly work on repairing and upgrading cars. It turns the car into a 3-D blueprint that the user can physically interact with. Despite what Yenko told his fellow drivers, the tool box works on all models but he didn't want to have his secrets stolen.

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