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I AM TRYING TO FIGURE OUT IF THERE IS ANY LATCH FEATURES ON THIS VEHICLE OR WHETHER IT HAS ANCHORAGE SYSTEM FOR CHILD-RESTRAINTS OR NOT?

I am trying to find out if the 1996 lumina is equipped with LATCH system for child-restraints or at the least if it even has anchor points/bars in rear seats and above rear seat in center('top anchors')??

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