Quoted TextGabriel, amazing work with the seat belts!
Definitely taking notes for when I break mine out of the stash!
For the rigging I can't go past Ezy line: Drill a small hole with a #72 bit, place a drop of accelerator in it. Dab the end of the Ezy line in CA medium and then place in the hole. Repeat with the other end. This can be done with the line under tension too
Recommend a couple of practice runs on an old model til you get the hang of it
Honestly, I find the buckles a little over-scale, but I didn't realized how small the seat is until I literally added the belts and I was completely drained by that time to re-do all the work But idea is working and next time I'm gonna do a better job.
I know about E-Z line and Uschi rigging threads, but my US supplier doesn't carry it. I've tried to add it to my last Amazon order, but that would have complicated way too much my logistics and the end price would have been completely unrealistic I have planed a trip in Europe for the Spring and I'm gonna come back loaded with Revell glue, Uschi line and Eastern European decals
These planes sure were tiny when compared to their WW2 counterparts. Adding details as you have is a challenge at this size/scale and you've done a great job on it.
For EZ-line you could try these guys at Red Roo Models They are my go-to guys for this stuff and maybe the postage won't be so bad to the Caribbean???
Meanwhile you're doing a fantastic job-makes me want to finish the KGV off even quicker and get into the " stash of little red boxes" in my garage ahh, but real life...