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RE: Seats




On Thu, 5 Feb 1998, Keith Park wrote:

>Safety seats began in May 1972, in the US anyway, and no they are not interchangable with the earlier ones but all the earlier ones interchange with each other
>except if you put lowbacks in a highback car you'll lack the automatic
>built-in seatback release and be screwed.

How does that work, anyway?  It seems to only be possible to lean the seat forward
when the door is open?

This thread has been very confusing to me.  I have read both that it might be, and it won't be,
possible to put high-back bucket seats in my square.  I was thinking like, seats from a BMW or 
something.

>Lowbacks were avail for ALL years in some part of the world anyway

How about lowbacks with *headrests* ?  That would take care of me...  That
and shoulder belts.

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