Removing bucket seats....
Half inch deepwell socket with a 4" extention. Remove the 4 rubber/plastic 1.5" circle plugs from underneath the car. Feel inside for the tip of the stud, Center your socket over it and remove nut. Repeat 4 times per seat. The entire seat with tracks can then be lifted up and out.
Seat belts have no nuts on the back. They are captive nuts welded to the floor pan.
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Built a 1967 Shelby GT-350 Convertible Replica, a 67 Vert resto-mod and also built a 427 FE 67 Shelby GT-500R (R Stands for Replica). 427 Side Oiler, toploader 4spd, 4 wheel discs, 9" traction loc and a perfect body. What more could you ask for? Now I car hunt and horse trade and I am currently looking for the next project! Always seeking that elusive "reasonable" Shelby.