You need to push back hard on the seat frame (not down), then lift up when the bar on the seat frame clears the hook "latch". You'll feel the metal frame near where it meets the floor. The seat can be stubborn to release, and you may need to coax it back with a whack from your knee. The seat is latched on both sides.
393 Stroker, Tunnel Ram, Dual Holley's
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Eats Rice and Poops Out Fords.