After reading lots of threads on insulation and what guys have been using I decided to use some peel and stick roof stuff for behind seat. I found 6x8 indoor/outdoor carpet at Lowes for 25 bucks, it went with the interior color great. Probably use it on the floor too
Painted the floor with some Rust-Oleum high gloss protecto paint. I bought a quart of it and just brushed it on with a disposable brush, I figure it's going to be mostly covered up eventually anyway. Didn't want to buy a new transmission cover so I fiberglassed the rust holes in it, I know that's cheating but I'm on a budget, well actually my budget is blown. Got a gauge installed, it's actually starting to look like a truck now.
Bought a headliner from Classic Parts. It took me and a friend about 30 minutes to install it it really wasn't that bad. After reading all the stuff about installing headliners I had drawn a template off of the ones I bought just in case. I read that it was better to go from the front to the back but I did the opposite we put in the rear piece first and slipped in the front and it was pretty simple
Well after several attemps of trying to put in the rear glass in, and breaking it, I opted to call the local glass guy to have him install it. Since he was here I had to do the windshield too. Money well spent. "Man's got to know his limitations."
I made the clips to cover the gaps in the windshield molding myself because the chrome ones that you can buy we're so darn expensive. Use the metal from a stainless pie cutter, they polished up pretty good
Oh and I got the windlace installed a couple months ago. Man was that a pain. I read a lot of threads on doing it, one of the best suggestions was taking a small piece of it and running it through the channel before trying to install the windlace. That was a great tip cuz I was able to find all the problem spots. I slid it in using much soap on the passenger side but the driver side was too close to the dash so I used the blunt tip screwdriver approach and pushed it in all the way around, I think that ended up being the easier of the two.
Thanks to the help of Tophat, I was able to get seat cushions from him, and Jethro in VA I was able to get seat tracks from him. I opted to pay the extra dollars and have a professional upholster cusions, and they came out really nice. He also built matching door panels. I bought seat belts from seatbeltsplus.com, and made brackets to bolt them in using suggestions from other threads. The tracks were from an earlier year and not sure about the cushions either but managed to make everything work