1. Take them to a new plating shop and have this plating removed and re-plated so the finished product fits the Jaycee torsion covers.
2. Find a set of Type 1 torsion cover plates, buy the outer bushings and see if this whole thing goes together.
If it's not horribly obvious - I've decided to go after option #2. I measured the OD of the spring plate, found the suitable bushing and ordered them.
I swapped out the rear license plate wiring and the two grommets - and that was about it for the day. I have the cargo light and the dome light wiring remaining to replace but those will wait until they're necessary - both currently work fine.
I have five days of vacation and then I'll come back and get something done on the car - and repeat that until my ass is in the seat going down the street.