I too have that problem. But when I got to thinking about the period
that these cars were designed in, the traffic signals were on a post on
the corner, not hanging 20 feet above the street in the middle of the
intersection. You didn't need a periscope to see the signals back then.
On Thu, 26 Aug 1999 09:06:18 -0700 (PDT) Bryan Vandiver
>Yes, me too. I don't consider myself big by any means (6' 175lbs),
>since I started driving my bugeye a couple weeks ago, I notice that
>have to look
>over or under the top of the windshield for traffic lights:-)
> - Bryan Vandiver (59-bugeye)
> San Jose, CA
>>To: "Spridgets" <email@example.com>
>>Subject: Re: Big Folks
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>>Then, that begs the question: Does anyone find the top of the
>>frame to be a hinderance, especially where traffic lights are
>>>Well, it seems the majority of us are at least 6 ft and over 200
>>>I find that rather amusing considering the size of our little cars!
>>>Sorry to have started that old thread again...I missed the first
>>>'59 Bugeye Sprite AN520769