I think I figured out a great way to add the 3 pt seat belts to my 67 convertible. I hit the salvage yard a couple of days ago and saw a 98 Chevy pickup truck. I opened the door and peeked inside, just to see how the "Darkside" lives. Anyway, I never thought about it before, but the seatbelt system was pretty cool. You have both retractors for the lap and shoulder belt in one package together. They mounted together to a bracket and then have the usual plastic covering case over that. The lap belt basically angles foward and up at a 45* angle; then right next to it on the same bracket, but pointing straight up is the shoulder belt. Then as they both come out of their respective retractors they come together to one male buckle. The way I figure it, this would mount very neatly right to the left and slightly behind the drivers seat. Then I could reach over and with one stealth-like swoop pull the buckle with both belts over to my right and ..snap. It gets better... since I decided my 67 vert is going to be driven daily, I wanted it to be a little safer and got a set of seats out of a 98 LX Mustang. They are highback with headrests and seatbelt holders off the headrest. Therefore, I can keep my belt in the holder and only have to reach to my left shoulder to pull both belts over in one samuai-like movement. Anyway, I rant. I picked up the seats from the upolstery shop yesterday. They were origianlly gray cloth and are now parchment vinyl to match the rest of the 67 verts interior. He even added some pleats to make it match a little better. Because of the seat buns he had to keep some of the 98 contours, but overall I am happy and think they will look good and be much safer for me and my wife. Yes, guys she wants to drive it sometimes too. (I'm considering therapy to help me through that) It should be on the road by next month. Wish me luck. I'll try to post pics of the seats just for grins. Happy 4th everyone !!!!!!!