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Old 02-16-2004, 09:34 AM   #21
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It would get in the way of....um......lovin.....but I think it looks really cool
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HEY! Some of the guys expressed concern that it'd cause "lovin" issues...that'* why I put that comment in there....but also, it occurs to me that the buckets might work better, if a person was creative ....
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It would get in the way of....um......lovin.....but I think it looks really cool
Get a room, you trollop!!





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HEY! Some of the guys expressed concern that it'd cause "lovin" issues...that'* why I put that comment in there....but also, it occurs to me that the buckets might work better, if a person was creative ....
Yeah its all in the way you mount them.....the seats I mean
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...but I still can't believe MOS called me a trollop!
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Yikes...MOS, Ami and Pdad...minds in the GUTTER.

No buckets for me...I need a couch in the back...oh ya
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Of course some could argue that bucket seats are the suited best for the woman.....They get to be on top......

But seriously, I truly prefer the bench seat....the kids have more room to stretch out in.
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Yeah its all in the way you mount them.....the seats I mean
Good one, two funny!

Back on back seat mounting I'd go for the rear bucket conversion if it were cheep and easy. I've been eying buckets too and seen a set for $600, If I didn't want to spend my money other ways I'd go for it. No one EVER sits in the middle, trunk pass thru is always open, got get more bass! It also ratlles like a ****.

I could get more creative with a system though.
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my friend owns a junkyard here and would let me borrow the seats to give it a shot so as soon as the weather gets better ill be there pulling some seats now i just have to figure out what to do with the center console in the back
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my friend owns a junkyard here and would let me borrow the seats to give it a shot so as soon as the weather gets better ill be there pulling some seats now i just have to figure out what to do with the center console in the back
You have a lot of options here, what are you looking for? custom fibreglass with built in monitors, dvd player etc. or something simple blending in with the rest of the car?
I would like a matching console with dvd player and a leather waterfall off the rear deck.
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im thinking maybe a sub enclosure depending on how much room i have left and probably a screen but mostlikeley gonna try to put some subs there some w6 10s or 8s depending on how much room
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