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Does anyone remember what year and manufacturer of truck (even car) that had their passenger seat flip forward unto itself (double up) so that one could gain access to the rear seat; something like the Model A 2 dr sedans did. Looking for someway to get into the back seat area of an extended '42 Ford COE that I'm building. Tried some flip 2 dr sedan seats and they still don't allow enough room to get back there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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my '06 hhr the pass side seat folded flat. do you could use as a desk or hold your luch/etc..
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Never had a car or truck with a passenger seat. Always had to remove it to make room for the beer cooler.
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The extended cab pickups have seats that allow access to the back of the cab..

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Two door Jeep Wranglers have a seat the folds up to allow access to the back seat.
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66-77 Ford Bronco,passenger seat.
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Anyone remember

I had a Chevy Beretta back in the mid-nineties that had the passenger seat that would roll all the way forward on it's track, as soon as you folded the seat back forward, then when you straightened the seat, it would push right back to where it was originally. The seats were highbacks, and the seat tracks mounted kind of oddly, but maybe the other small GM cars ( Cavaliers, Sunbirds, Saturn Coupes, etc.) might work the same way, I just don't remember for sure. Maybe other makes did the same? You could possibly adapt something like that to fit your needs. Hope that helps !
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