Thinking about seats in the wagon...currently it has the original seats (which is nice) that have been recovered. In reality, these seats will probably remain as is for awhile, but also thinking about the big picture of what I want this wagon to be. Kind of the keep it original vs modern upgrade discussion....but wondering what seats would be a good replacement options if one wanted to go to highback bucket seats. So many wagons I see have ridiculous (obviously a personal aesthetic opinion) overstuffed, oversized buckets seats that seem completely out of place in the sparton interior. Would be looking for something simple - more like a high bucket out of a cj/yj/tj - and thinking all the standard options for swb jeeps would be the best bet: Jeep Seats | Quadratec - Free Shipping Many of these types of seats sit a bit too high when put in an old cj - wondering if anyone has had experience with them in a wagon set-up and if they work well or not. If possible, I would like to keep the forward tip of the passenger seat so access to the rear is possible (haven't decided if I want a rear seat or not). The later cj seat brackets have the cool forward tipping contraption, but guessing that won't work with the underseat tool boxes as there won't be enough room below he seat to fit the mount. Might end up having to fabricate mounting brackets with a hinge on the front and latch on the rear kind of like a ecj5 set-up. Maybe I didn't mention this, but if this wagon is really going to evolve into a functional driver to be used lots (maybe even a DD - and yes, that is a big IF), safety and comfort are a concern (probably more so than the cj5)....so high back seats with a 3pt seat belt is ideal. But not sure how to mount the shoulder point in the wagon as there is no roll bar and I don't want to drill through the upper side of the body....so maybe a seat that has integrated shoulder seat belts? Many of those are a bit 'overstuffed' for my tastes: Seats by Feature - Integrated Seat Belt (ISS) Seats - Seat Specialists This one could possibly work: Transit Again, this is kind of out in the future thinking, and the current seats will do for now (assuming I mount in some 2pt seat belts at least) - but i think there is a lot of benefit to trying to put the big picture together before diving into any one aspect too much.