The rear seat took a lot longer than I expected. I had to trim every edge of the fibreglas top. It was a bit of an iterative process, as you couldn't get it properly assembled until it was trimmed, and you couldn't be sure how much you needed to remove until it was assembled.

A thin cut-off wheel on a die grinder does a good job of trimming the stuff, but you sure get fibreglas dust everywhere. I ended up taking a shower at the end of the evening to get the stuff off me, and out of my hair. Yuck! I can't understand those guys who build composite aircraft. One piece of fibreglas was enough for me.

The rear seat back is hinged at the bottom so it can fold forward to allow access to the rear baggage compartment.