/ Alpkit Phud into a 3 door Ford Fiesta?
Is it possible to get my Phud into the backseats of a 3 door fiesta size car? (Only had booted saloons before which were sometimes a tight squeeze!) Ta.
Ok, great. Can anyone beat that?
> Is it possible to get my Phud into the backseats of a 3 door fiesta size car? (Only had booted saloons before which were sometimes a tight squeeze!) Ta.
i had a waahaayy in the back of a mini once , had to have the sliding front windows open for her legs though
Ok, but did you have to push it in sideways or did it go length on?
I used to have a 3-door fiesta (an old P reg one - not sure which model you have) and my friend's Phud slid onto the backseat via the boot.
Ok, thanks. I always thought this might be the better method for the back seat of a car.
12 15 year olds in a mini without using the boot?
oh and dont even ask why **cough band camp cough**
I know this doesn't help much but...from a bragging point of view I once had 4 people, 4 rucsacs and 4 (old skool, i.e. small) boudering mats in a 3 door Fiesta on a drive back from Stanstead (I think) to Sheff on a Christmas eve (having just flow back from Font)...the car had no airbags, but with all those pads inside it didn't feel like it need them...
Luckily I was driving so I was pretty comfy...
Ah, happy days!
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