Probably you can't find any, but good luck if you are trying to stay original. I replaced the seat belts in my '69 95 wagon long ago with belts robbed from a Subaru, probably 80s vintage, maybe a Loyale model, that I got from the junkyard. I canned the center loop between the seats and mounted instead the Subaru center belt straps with their buckles, with a bolt per side. I removed the rear ash trays and ran the side belt loops through the holes thus provided, and mounted the retractor mechanisms to the original mounting points. There is some work involved, but pretty much everything bolted up with little modification. This was long enough ago that I may have forgotten some details. If you don't have to be original, find some later seat belts that can be adapted. My experience is that there is a great deal of similarity of mounting points and fasteners for seat belts, across different manufacturers. You might stay closer to original if you can find belts out of a 99, 900, or 9000 than going to another make, but I have done it successfully both ways.
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