It is generally accepted that the front seat of any car (even those with
more sheet metal than a spit) is unacceptable for a child/child seat... I
guess unless you can convince yourself that the rear area is a "seat" and
fit a child seat, facing the rear, back there, I wouldnt put a child in
From: gsmith <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 10:03 PM
Subject: Spit safety question...
>My wife is concerned about strapping our 18-month old son into his car seat
>in the Spitfire's passenger seat. Any words of encouragement, etc. for her?
>She's concerned about the safety and stability of the car in an accident.
>Gregory W. Smith http://www.cvn.net/~gsmith
>Member, Central Pennsylvania Triumph Club
>1980 Spitfire 1500 "for the wife" :)
>1980 TR7 Spider v8 (in progress)
>1980 TR7 30th Anniversary Edition (deceased)