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Saw this listing on craigslist here, and was surprised to see what I think are Stow-n-go seats.
 

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Hard to tell since I can't see the base. They sure do LOOK like them, though.

The last couple images certainly aren't.

At $25 each, they might make decent desk chairs. ;)
 

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I'm not surprised. This seller has been relisting and relisting seats ad nauseum, though they do seem to have a significant amount and variety from more than just Mopars. I'm a little curious as to how they came to have so many.

It interests me because if they do have Stow-n-go seats that would fit an RT van, then one could get the cheapest Grand Caravan "All American" package or whatever it's called and very inexpensively make it stow-n-go, or could retrofit a Routan cheaply.
 

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A stow-n'-go would still have the deep recesses in the floorpan for seat stowage. The panels that cover them when the seats are stowed can't hold any real weight. The s-n-g seats wouldn't stow in a flat floor minivan.
Possibly from retrofits, many are modified for other passenger uses like wheelchair-user vans, etc.
 

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Found another of the seller's ads here.
 

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I bet those seats are left overs from a conversion van, we still have the middle row seats from my mom town n country.
 
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