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Old 03 Aug 2008, 02:32 am
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Smile what the shelf and tiny trunk area are really for!

So, it seems that Chrysler not only marketed the PT cruiser for my generation (I'm 21) they also designed the car for my age bracket. here are the pictures to prove it. The shelf is the perfect hight to change diapers on, and the cargo space below it fits a folded stroller like a glove.



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Old 03 Aug 2008, 05:52 am
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... and the list of uses goes on, novel idea Ironman!!!
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Ironman, you should treasure days like this one, it's when they get around 10 is when you wish for the days like this one even if it's crappy.
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Iron man!
I am thinking of producing an aftermarket "rain cover" for the rear hatch for diaper changing....interested??
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If the child showed any more skin we have to ban this thread!


Only kidding of course. Great novel idea for using your space.
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Iron man!
I am thinking of producing an aftermarket "rain cover" for the rear hatch for diaper changing....interested??
Depends on exactly what we are talking about here, I used the hatch last summer as a shield from rain at a bluegrass festival, the thing is so massive you really don't need any more coverage.
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