Next on my priority list was my roll bar. If not padded a roll bar can be more of a danger than a help. If rear-ended things can get nasty without a helmet. I bought padding from Summit but still need to get a nice vinyl wrap made to cover it.
Then I was finally ready to start the interior. I needed my windows put back into the newly painted doors. What a nasty job it is. They must have used elves at the factory. I found it was necessary to tape one critical bolt into place on the bottom of the vent window before working it into the door where I would not be able to hold the bolt in place. I bought new rubber all around from McGregor and clips to hold the window fur strips in place. I don't want to ever have to do that job again but if I do I might try taking the door off and laying it on a table.
After getting the guts all put back in place I was able to pop on the door panels that I had purchased in my enthusiasm 20 years earlier when I first bought the car. They fit and look great. Next i built and installed the panel between the cockpit and the trunk, now I don't hear the fuel pump as much and can secure items in the boot. I have a remote release (from a Honda civic) for the boot lid as I deleted the boot handle.