Like most Matchbox kits there is practically no interior office. Here you can see what appears to be two T.V. recliners suspended in mid air. Quick look at the Martin Baker Website for reference and I was able to scratch some resemblance of a decent ejector seat. Thanks to my mate Barry for his idea of using the ties from breadbags for the seat sides, the perfect styrene for scratchbuilding and you can grab fistfuls of them from the local supermarket.
Belts are just made from Tamiya masking tape. Pull rings are from fine jewelry wire.
The rest of the office is pretty much just pure imagination, some sheet styrene, painted grey and again with my mate Barry's signature Future wash. Just mix Future with whatever shad of Acrylic paint you choose and slap liberally all over. The self levelling properties of the Future get the grime to pool in all the recesses and crevices. It will dry gloss so I use a dullcote inside a cockpit but often leave it gloss inside wheel wells. Great for cockpits, wells, bomb bays etc but not recommended for an overall wash. I even remembered to offset the seats as they are in the real Bucc.