The bottom cushion pivots on lower front mounts it is raised from the back edge & stood up, a support bar attached to the underside of the bottom cushion is flipped over to hold the bottom cushion off of the floor so the underside of the bottom cushion lays flat. The top of the backrest is retained to the side panels with push in spring clips, pull it forward from the top to release it from the clips & lay it flat.
Same seat assembly used on all 55-57 wagons including the Nomads, except the 9 passengers model. The upholstery materials were different. The trim on the 150 and 210's was painted steel. The B/A had stainless trim just like the Nomads.
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