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Out of the same deal with the Ford Transit wheels, I ended up with some more take-out Ford Transit seats. These are the 3 passenger 54" seat, 2 passenger 36" seat, and the single passenger seat by the side door with 4 stationary legs mounted on the floor. A few of these single seats are from 2019 model Transits so they comes with the quick release floor mounts.

The special deal with these seats are some are the Charcoal Leather factory seats. These are the hardest ones to get as take-out seats. The others are the Charcoal Cloth and Pewter Cloth seats that are more common as far as getting these from the handicap and conversion van companies.

I hope to sell these in the Texas area as well as the areas from Texas to Missouri on my trips to Matt Ford. The problem with shipping them are they have to be placed on a slid and covered along with going as freight like shipping via FedEx Freight.

Pricing on the Charcoal Leather seats; 54" $500, 36" $400, single 4 leg seat, $250
Charcoal Cloth or Pewter Cloth seats; 54" $300, 36' $250, single 4 leg seat, $250
The single 4 leg seat with the $250 price will have the quick release seat brackets.
Since these seats did not come with the removed floor mounting brackets, I will be selling the factory floor mounting brackets ordered from Ford for $52 each. All of the seats will use the same floor mounting bracket EXCEPT the single seat and it uses different mounting brackets if you place it in the same position as in the original passenger van by the side door.

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would it be possible to use 2 of the single seats instead of a 36in to make a little path between?
I am thinking it would be nice to take my boys or my nieces camping every once in a while so I think a removable setup would be nice and 2 singles with quick releases would give that old school 4 captain chair van vibe
Also I thought I heard that the 36in recline a bit, do the singles?
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Yes, these seats are from XLT passenger vans so they have the slight 3" to 4" recline, nothing like the front seats. If you are placing these in a cargo van, you can setup the floor mounting brackets just like you want to setup the seat configuration. By having the single 4 leg seats with the quick release handles, you could take them out as needed.

Just let me know your location as I may be making some trips through CO & MT so I might just load up with a group of seats and make a trip out of it.
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I just got back from getting a couple of the Ford Transit Charcoal Leather seats. These seats still have the plastic wrapping from the plant on them. As you can see. these are NEW seats and all you need is the floor brackets to install them. I finally got the floor brackets I ordered from Ford over 4 months ago.

Note the recline of the seats in the last picture. Each seat has its own recline feature up to 4".
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