"....20 mph crash on the driver's side would ..." wishful thinking I
From: Jack Clark <email@example.com>
To: triumphs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, April 15, 1999 8:13 PM
Subject: Re: Baby Seat
>On Thursday April 15, 1999 Cliff wrote:
>"I am wondering if anyone has ever put a baby seat in a TR6?"
>I am sorry but, this is how I feel about this issue ARE YOU FLIPPING
>Why would you even take such a chance with your infant, or young child?
>protection afforded by your LBC (yeah, the "L" is for little) is minuscule
>when the soccer mom in her land yacht Suburb' parks on top of your ass. A
>mph crash on the driver's side would just about do it, even at the mall.
>God's sake just travel up and down the driveway, the kid is not going to
>notice the difference, they just want to hear the sound and feel the
>vibrations. My son is 21 months and he loves to cruise up and down the
>Don't do something you might regret later.
>From: Cliff Davies <email@example.com>
>To: triumphs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Thursday, April 15, 1999 2:48 PM
>Subject: Baby Seat
>>I am wondering if anyone has ever put a baby seat in a TR6? and if I
>>should not even attempt doing this for safety reasons. I saw a guy with
>>one last summer and I started to think?? my wife is not thrilled, I know
>>my son would be if he could just talk. Were talking a once and awhile
>>ride to the mall, no highway sort of thing.