seggle02 wroteNow, most important question......how far and thoroughly should I restore/refurbish this vehicle?
My personal approach would be as follows:
Cosmetic stuff: Definitely repair all rust properly, but don't do a full respray unless essential, from the pics I doubt it's needed. Keep it washed and polished and under cover. Replace busted trim items as required.
Mechanical stuff: With old cars like this, I like to replace everything that's likely to cause future unreliability at the start, so that it doesn't become a depressing game replacing each thing one by one as they fail.
I usually spend a couple of grand buying all new hoses, gaskets, seals, engine mounts, radiator, plugs/leads/cap/rotor, shocks, strut tops, ball joints, tie rod ends, rack boots, bushes, brake hoses/pads/rotors/caliper kits/master cyl, clutch/hydraulics/hose, drive belts, timing belt, water pump, alternator brushes, fuel pumps, exhaust, uni joints, centre bearing etc. etc. etc.
Of course some of this stuff may have been recently replaced by the previous owner, in which case it won't be needed, and it's worth checking all the suspension bushes and joints to see what is and isn't worn out.
I'm a mechanic and I've got access to most parts at better-than-trade pricing so this approach works well for me, but isn't suitable for everyone.
seggle02;34937 wroteDoor belt rubbers, the rubber trims on top of bumpers, covers for rear seatbelt reels, grille on parcel tray just under back window, dash pad, that's all I can think of for now....
I have the trim pieces for the bumpers, seatbelt reel covers in black (all other colours were made from a different type of plastic and suffer badly from UV damage, very hard to find intact), and grilles for parcel shelf in black (same story).
I may have the door rubbers but I'm not certain which parts you mean, the window scraper rubbers that slot into the trim strips below the windows?