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I would seriously consider '68+ seats with locking seat-back.....
Those are a good idea for a frontal collision, won't make much difference because of the direction of inertia in a rear collision, are pretty weak by modern standards in either case.
What's your opinion on using a grade 5 or higher threaded rod versus a bolt for the adjusting stud on a 65-67 seat back and modifying the seat bottom so the back could be secured by threading a nut on it from underneath, or the rod being drilled for a heavy duty pin for a rear seat access release? Just postulating...
 
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