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I am looking for the best deal on some 3 point seat belts for my 1969 coupe. I am not very good at welding so i would like to find some that hook up to the hangers above the door if that is possible. Thanks any info would help.

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I bought my 3-point belts for my daughter's '69 coupe from Juliano's Interiors and am very happy with them. They were about $90/each, but was offset by the sale of the near perfect set up '69 retractibles I sold on ebay (got $160 for the '69 belts). I just used the existing anchors in the '69 ... took about an hour to insall the new belts.

Do a search using the search feature, though. I recall a post a few weeks ago about someone purchasing belts for much cheaper than what I spent.


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Yikes! $90 each??? Mine were $45 each :)

Check em out at:

http://www.southernrods.com/cgi-local/SoftCart.exe/cgi-local/smpagegen.exe?U+scstore+pxxk7384ffbb70bb+-p+-c+scstore.cfg+32BDSBSHD

DO NOT BUY THE BLACK, DO NOT BUY THE BLACK, DO NOT BUY THE BLACK. They are too short, believe it or not. Stick with the dark gray, or one of the others if your interior is a different color (oh, by the way, DO NOT BUY THE BLACK).

Here's a great How-To on installing these exact belts on a 68 coupe:

http://home.pacifier.com/~dnstoys/seatbelt.htm

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I have a set, complete front and back, of stock 1970 belts, which include the shoulder strap. They are what I took out of my stang in order to go with a different color, and are ivy green (not black - haha). Is this what you are looking for?

sure it's fun, but it's only a car.
 
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I bet I could dye those green ones...whatcha want for them?

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I'll call Snake Oyl and learn what they charge for a "core" or what credit they would give for a set of belts used as a core for rebuilding/dying. I am not out to make a killing here so whatever the price will be, it will be less than retail, less than eBay, in fact, pretty cheap. We VMF'ers have to stick together. Send me your email address and I'll get back to you later this week. Do you need the plastic coathook/belt hanger which bolts up to the roofline? Do you need complete fronts and backs, including lap belts and restractors? Let me know exactly what you need and I will double check that I have it all (which I should).

sure it's fun, but it's only a car.
 
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What do you mean too short? what was too short?

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The black seat belts from southern rods are actually made by a different manufacturer than the other colors. The black seatbelts actually have less belting than the other colors :)

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