1. This shows the left hand door with the trim removed. Note the original orange paintwork. I've since cleaned it up a bit but it's not a pretty sight. Notice the path of the winder mech. This is the true path, using the adjuster which is just to the left of the square access hole towards the bottom of the door. The path of the wire should be : From the bottom of the winder via the adjuster to the rear lower pulley, up to the rear upper pulley (clamped to the glass en-route), down to the front lower pulley, up to the front upper pulley (clamped to the glass again) and down to the top of the winder mech.
2. This shows the right hand door with the trim removed. Notice the different path of the winder mech, a P.O. has moved the adjustable pulley from the lower part of the door to between the upper two access holes. It works but there is now no adjustment and he tightened it up so much that the pulley is jammed and I broke a perfectly good spanner trying to undo it!
3. This shows the seat belt fixing for the three point belt. Getting a recoil one is fairly well up on the 'to do' list. There is (and needs to be) a plate on the under side to spread the load since the arch is just a bit of Fiat tin.