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Old 03-14-2005, 12:14 PM
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I have a 1953/54 chevy 210 4door that I would like to put seat belts in. Anyone know of a kit or parts for this? I want to take the kids for a ride, but the ol' lady wont let that happen until I make it safe.

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I've seen kits in JCWhitney and Summit. I have also seen a bunch on ebay, I got a set of 4 pts. there for my 39. Went with the 4 pts. because I wanted purple. Hope this helps.
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Well,I'm not sure about kits, but you should check out the websites of Juliano's and Andover Restraints. They've got quite a selection and you can probably work something out-or ask them what to do. Andover Restraints has a nice belt with a plain, polished stainless, lever-type latch that would look pretty good in your vintage car-about $20 each if I recall.
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Andover Restraints has a nice belt with a plain, polished stainless, lever-type latch that would look pretty good in your vintage car-about $20 each if I recall.
I use similar item and its ok for passenger. I use Crowe belts for myself.
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