Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 19:20:37 GMT
From: "James Sweet" <jamessweetnospamail.com>
Subject: Re: Info on the 97x


"Shane Almeida" <almeida.spam.is.evilnospam.is.evil.mindless.com> wrote in message news:%BWyd.10272$k25.5225nospami_s53... > On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 03:02:26 GMT, James Sweet wrote: > > That said, the rear facing seat > > is meant for occasional use only, I rode in one sometimes as a kid and > > they're not very comfortable, it's better though than sitting on someone's > > lap or loose in the cargo area if the rest of the seats are occupied. > > You obviously didn't have one of the old American-made wagons. My family > had a 1987 Buick Electra Estate Wagon when I was a kid (and I drove it > from 1998 until I bought my Saab this year). The rear seats were just as > comfortable as the middle seats and there was actually more leg room back > there. Plus, you got to make stupid faces at the cars behind you, which > is a lot of fun when you're 6 years old. No it was a Volvo we were talking about, and comfortable or not you wouldn't catch me riding in the back of a Buick wagon, I'd rather be a little uncomfortable in a nice safe Volvo than nice and comfy in a deathtrap.

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