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Purse/briefcase storage

Under the seat compartment for a purse/door pocket for briefcase
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What if the driver could flip up the passenger seat and put a purse, lunch etc. inside. And our current car has a pretty big pocket in the door where you can put things. What if it was a little bigger and you could put a briefcase inside it. Then you wouldn't have to retrieve stuff from the back seat or trunk (when you have passengers). I guess it would be hard to get something out of your purse on the road if you had a passenger, but you could think about that beforehand and grab some money out.
smylly, Jan 03 2001

Lamborghini Diablo SV briefcase storage http://www.lambocar...hres/diablogt49.jpg
As described by [lost not found], under front hood. [jutta, Jan 03 2001]

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       the Lamba Diablo SV has a briefcase storege place in the front of the car and it comes with a briefcase to go with it. (this is the only storege that you get)
lost not found, Jan 27 2001
  

       The older Caravan / Voyager had a drawer beneath the passenger seat, with a lock. <I dunno if the newer ones have it, I don't work there anymore>
StarChaser, Jan 28 2001
  

       Of course the Caravan doesn't come with that anymore.   

       What were you thinking?
dumbassengineer, Jun 30 2001
  

       I was thinking that I hadn't seen one since I stopped working for Avis, five years ago.
StarChaser, Jun 30 2001
  

       It should be portable, too, so you can take your briefcase or purse with you ANYWHERE.   

       <cough>
jester, Oct 06 2001
  

       I like the idea of the under-seat drawer or at least a flip-down door. If you're on a road trip, you can stow your stuff under your own seat and easily retrieve it without having to stop the car and/or get off your seat.
XSarenkaX, Feb 27 2004
  
      
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