I could ditch the wife... I have a beautiful blonde on standby... I'm sure she would love the extra space!
Trump - its funny that a flippac was your next step as I built my rack to match yours! I do love the idea of a flippac...Unless I replace the 60/40 bench seat the wife isn't going to be to happy. She loves packing herself into the cab with stuff and sits there surrounded. I was thinking of putting in some aftermarket seats and a normal center console, but that might be throwing good money after bad.
Nemike81 - You got my blood pumping, what are you offering? Info would be great. email@example.com if you wouldn't mind sending me some pictures. Or feel free to give me a call. 802-345-four9two7
Whatever you do, stay away from later year 1st gen buckets. They are horrible. Toyota bucket seats hit the apex of comfort between 84-91?, then they started to take a dive.
You might try and find a set from an early 2nd gen 4runner and have them recovered or buy some utility style seat covers with lots of pockets on the back.
I wanted to stay true to Toyota when I did my seat swap, but I found a good deal on the G6 seats, and they had great reviews on Pontiac forums ( I know, Pontiac?). However, heated, leather, power and adjustable...I am not complaining anymore.
I like my Procar by SCAT seats; Elite Lumbar.
Bolt in with their seat brackets. The side bolsters aren't overwhelming and you do feel better planted in the seat. The lumbar support is a real treat since I log extended miles to get to my destination. They're also just north of you in Redondo Beach.