Bobby Mac Deluxe Car Seat Owners Manual S Manual
- This car seat was more like the traditional car seat shape that we are used to today. The Bobby Mac 2-in-1 car seat was promoted as being able to withstand side, front and rear impact in an accident. It offered a rear-facing model for a smaller infant and a front facing seat for an older, heavier child.
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