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  • Bench seat


    Fiat 600 Multipla with bench seat 1967 AMC Ambassador with a reclining front bench seat offering room and seat belts for three adults The bench seat was the traditional seat installed in American and Australian automobiles. This seat featured a continuous pad running the full width of the cabin. The second row of seating in most sedans is usually a bench. The third row of most SUVs and minivans, which may be forward-facing or rear-facing, is also a bench seat.

  • Subaru BRAT


    The Subaru BRAT, short for "Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter", known outside Canada and the United States as the 284 in the United Kingdom, Brumby in Australia, and Shifter, MV, or Targa in other markets, is a light duty, four-wheel drive coupé utility, sold from 1978 to 1994. It was an export-only model, never being officially sold in Japan. Due to this, the BRAT became a popular grey import vehicle in Japan.

  • Sears Seating


    Sears Seating, also known as Sears Manufacturing, is a designer and manufacturer of suspension and non-suspension seating systems for the agricultural, construction, and material handling equipment, and over the road truck markets. Founded in 1855, and headquartered in Davenport, Iowa, Sears Seating has grown to over 600 employees (Quad Cities alone), and spread across 6 continents.

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