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The seat is not as wide as a coupe, but It comes out same. You do need to push the seat bottom to the rear however to 'unlock' it from the floor mounted retainers.

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To get the seat back out you remove the bottom, same method as a coupe. Then you need to remove two bolts located on the bottom of the back seat frame (one on drivers side and one on passenger side) which are 3/8 I believe. Once those two bolts are removed you need to slide the seat straight up a few inches and it should come out. The top of back of the seat is hooked on some metal tabs. Just did this last week on mine to service the conv top motor. Hope this helps.

Rich
1966 Mustang GT convertible
 
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