My only guess is "Something uncomfortable".
Bobinott -- yes...sort of...
First guess was a 1602/2002 of some flavor, but not with that stitching pattern.
Nope. Not a BMW.
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Oh man, the back back.
I'm sorry, I don't speak Hex...oh...the VIN...YES! Here it is on eBay
Absolutely amazing. Outstanding work.
pleased with myself on this one - here's the logic: looks like two places and a folding mechanism, so it's a wayback - old style stitching, but seatbelts, so mid-60's - GM on a hunch - extra stitches, so upmarket brand, Olds, Buick - quick drag through eBay, see what's DT-style - bingy bangy boom
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Ah, apparently you found it entertaining, whimsical and yet relevant, with an underlying revisionist conceit that belied its emotional attachments to the subject matter.
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Looks just like the back seat of my 69 Malibu convertable
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