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    Default Limo Partition

    Anyone have any info on the M T G Partitions for Lincoln L Sedans , Good or Bad

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    I think Windy City tried one out and it wasn't the best of ideas.
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    I haven't seen it lately, but the best I remember, it is quite large, and takes away a whole lot of leg room. I personally don't see any use for it. If you did need a partition in a small vehicle, I think you would be better off with a 6 pak limo. More versatility
    Jerry Thomas

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    We have a six passenger already . It is a six door with a flip seat Works real nice for everything for us. Just looking at options for another car

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    Anybody using one of these, I have been thinking about one, also.

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    Thumbs up Partitions for Lincoln L Sedans

    Anyone have any info on the M T G Partitions for Lincoln L Sedans , Good or Bad
    I LOVE having this partition in sedan! most people like the privacy and desk behind passenger seat. the cons are that on colder days you have to aim heater to the floor on high to warm back seat area cuz partition only has a cooling air conditioner built into it. I've heard very few people complain that they felt Closter phobic. also it could be a tight fit if passenger happens to be very tall/big.
    over all i'd never be without it. being a chick it makes me feel a bit safer too.

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