I think I have stumbled onto what is probably the most fantastic interior 'modification' that 6' tall people or below can do to their AllTrac. As far as I know this only applies to the 165 (can someone confirm it is the same with the 185 please?).
I remember reading some time ago, one of those lists that said "You know you own a Celica if:" and one of the responses was something along the lines of 'your neck is rubbed raw by your seatbelt'...or something like that...Anyways, let me get to the point, I have a solution!
Now some of you might be like "dumbass, I have known about this for years!" but I just figured it out, so here we go.
Normally the seatbelt is oriented like this:
I am 5'10" so I'm not incredibly tall or short, just kind of in the middle, and the belt ALWAYS rubs my neck and it is annoying as hell. Well today I decided to take out my headliner to clean it, and when I took off the B-pillar cover I found this!:
Notice the lower bolt hole in the B-pillar and the corresponding mark on the cover that indicates where to drill a new hole.
Here is the result of me bolting the seatbelt into the 'new' lower hole:
Not only does the seatbelt not touch my neck, but it touches a lot more of my shoulder which I feel is potentially a lot safer as well. I feel like I am 'held' in the seat much more.
Mods: feel free to move this to the FAQ section, I just felt like it would help more people by getting a little more face-time here.