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04-02-2009 09:58 PM
fast68 no one worries or thinks about this

just list them as what they are- 72 chevy whatever model seat belts

if they are real nice and are a desireable color and are from and for a desirable model then they will sell when the right person sees them advertised

may or may not take time.

good luck
03-29-2009 08:00 AM
leejoy
GM Seat Belts (1972) With Tab & Keyhole

I have a 72 chevy with the original type of seat belts where the shoulder belt has a steel tab on it that slips into a steel slot on the lapbelt, and both of those lock into the receiver clip that is bolted to the floor. It's a 3-piece setup.

My question is, what is that type of seat belt called? I'm going to take them out and sell them, and I want to identify it correctly. I don't know if they are called "tabs", or "buttons", or "keyhole style" or whatever.

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