When the very young members of the younger generation go motoring they may now ride in comfort, thanks to a new auto seat especially designed for infants in 1936.
Children may motor in comfort, supported by arm and foot rests in this new seat especially designed for infants, 1936.
The device is, in effect, a small chair which is placed on top of the regular seat cushion. Side arms give the child support and a convenient footrest keeps small shoes from scuffing the seat upholstery. The seat provides the child with full vision and is said not to come loose or jar out of place. Straps furnish the necessary adjustments.