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We removed two Freedman integrated child restraint system seats from our coach. They are a beige vinyl fabric and are practically brand new, barely used a year. All hardware included. The seats are on Freedman Seating website under passenger seats/integrated child seat. These are perfect for older coaches that don't have restraint seat systems. $500.00

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......and I rode on the hump in the center of the back seat floor area. If I was not a good quiet child though there was always the option of riding in the trunk. Boy how things have changed. Is there a video game or DVD option for these special child restraints?
 
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......and I rode on the hump in the center of the back seat floor area. If I was not a good quiet child though there was always the option of riding in the trunk. Boy how things have changed. Is there a video game or DVD option for these special child restraints?

Kevin, I remember being prone on the package shelf of Dad's '49 Desoto Superman confusion
 
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Ah yes, the good old days. Plastic milk crates made good child seats back then. ROTFLMAO

My Dad had an old Nash that had a back seat that folded up to make a bunk bed… we kids thought it was cool.

How about some 1,000 mile trips in the "back seat" of a Volkswagon beetle? You just needed a chin pad for your knees…

Thank God children have safe seats and belts now. That and air bags have saved MANY lives, including mine. Thumbs Up


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Yes, Mogan David, those are the seats, except they are covered in a beige vinyl fabric.

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Still looking for a Barth owner who has kids that need high quality safety seats.

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