Seat cushions probably are the most debated yet uncelebrated parts of a vehicle. Everyone has an opinion about their vehicle’s seats. They’re too hard, too soft, or, rarely, just right. And often a seat that feels perfect in the showroom or running through the gears on a twisty road can be tough to live with on long trips. Ego may dictate a hard, highly supportive sports-car seat, but aging baby boomers might actually long for the cushy red velour pillows of a ’79 Delta 88, particularly ...

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