Thanks for the compliments darkstrike and 02anders!
The kick panels and console cover actually don't look as good as I wanted them too. The problem is I don't have any short upholstery staples, so everything has to be held together with glue only, which makes it hard to get the wrinkles 100% out. They do look as good if not better than what Isuzu did in the 1970s, though, so I'm pretty pleased with them! I have no idea how much the leather cost me because it's left over from when I did the interior panels on the Mitsubishi 360. But if I remember right, it was only about 3,000 yen a sheet and I needed like two and a quarter sheets to do everything in the Mitsubishi.
I have no idea how that hole in the rear fender got there... It's too round to be a rust hole or anything. I'm still mulling over what to do about it. I sure don't want to sand back and repaint, though. I think for now I'll do what I did with the door mirror holes on my Honda Life. I'll mask off the area, and then fill the hole with black silicone. That way water won't get in. Then, in the future when I have a bigger garage, I can deal with it properly without having to battle rust as well.
Wheels are something that I have been thinking about on a daily basis for like the past year, haha. I still don't have a good solution. What I think I would like most are some original Hakosuka/KenMary Topy steelies, but those are way too expensive. I sure do like the understated look of them though:
I was also leaning a bit towards 117 Coupe wheels as well. This set in particular:
Although, what I'll probably end up doing is grabbing a cheap set of steelies off of some random car and paint them black until I can make up my mind about what I really want.
Also, thanks for the picture of the rally Bellett darkstrike, that thing is awesome! I may have to end up borrowing some of the neat stuff on that car since I'm building a kind of rally look with mine.
Thanks for the comments guys!