- Carpet (without lap belt humps)
- Center armrest(early) with coin tray
- Early a-pillar trims (modified slightly due to a welded gusset on the later cars), The early a-pillar trims lock onto the body seam and mate with the interior kick panels, so they replace some of the flocked seal-so that will need trimming....when I get there.
- Door cards (top two pieces, bottom one is swap-able) Actually, you can make the middle piece work, you just have to be fearless and drill precise holes in 30-year-old plastic. and have the little belt retainer doo-dad.The top piece has a special bracket, make sure you get that.
- Complete set of manual belts (obviously) with vapor barrier.
- Headliner-early-front section.
- Grab handle.
So options here are:
- Get earlier seats or frames with the correct mounting points (not an option for me, I have way to much money in custom leather)
- Find a seatbelt restoration company to swap the male tabs (shipping them tomorrow).Tabs scavenged from the 89 lap belts.
Other stuff so-far:
- Remove brackets- later A-pillar trim
- Remove brackets- later headliner
- remove lap belt guide from seats
- Remove brackets for late upper door trim, replace with early brackets (after buying approximately 700 nylon body nuts of the wrong size before finding the right one-Chrysler rear license plate nut for those interested)
- Remove entire automatic seatbelt track, motor, controller, etc.
Fun project so far.