Friday night I got the seatbelts installed. Started by welding the nuts to the plates on the bench. Welds aren't pretty but they'll hold just fine. Then, I recruited my dad since he was around and he helped me by tightening the bolts while I held the plates from below. I decided not to weld the plates to the body as it wouldn't really add any strength it would just make installing and removing the belts earlier but how often do you really need to remove them anyway. If I ever need to I'll just grab a friend to help. Installed setup. I used bushings to allow the belts to swivel when installed and tight. Then it's a bolt with lock washed through the bushing which is a good fit to the hole in the belt mount tabs. I used modern style push buttons in the rear for the carseats. I don't know that it will really make a difference but for the kids seats I'd rather use a modern style. I used lift up style for the fronts because I think they look better. Here's is how the plates look installed. After that just washed the floor and dried up the main pools and let the rest air dry overnight and went home. Tonight with the Floor clean and dry I starter at the rear putting the press and seal down A good friend came out and we talked about life for a bit so I didn't get as much done as I wanted but it was nice to talk to someone outside of family. After he left I finished the rear seat area and used spray adhesive to glue the felt over the wheel wells and put the rear seat back in just because. We'll see if I can get the rear door cards in with the seat back in but it might have to come back out.