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Anybody out there running these? I have the September 2000 issue of Mustangs and Fords here and they do an install of them that looks very clean and easy. How much do they cost? Thanks.

P.J

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PJ - I have been looking into a high quality 3 point system. Could you scan the article and e-mail it to me??

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Hi Layne-
Sorry I don't have a scanner but I can try shooting it with my digital camera. It may work. If you want me to try I will be happy to. Let me know.

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I don't think it would work too well. Have you looked at the belts from Juliano? That is what I was going to do.

http://www.julianos.com/retract_3point.html

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I tried it Layne but the photo was a little to blurry when I downsized it. Sorry. The link you sent me looks identical to the Pony Car model. I didn't investigate to thoroughly but I would say it is the same system. The Pony Car kit comes with rear belts also with retractors that mount up on the rear package shelf. Let me know what you find and I will do liekwise.

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I have a 1966 Conv and have installed the three point seat belt from Pony Car Sales. I have a driver quality car so I did not mind drilling a few holes in the interior (i.e. the C Pillar). I have been very happy with the product, and I feel safer driving my favorite car.
 

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I installed 3pt harnesses from andoauto.com in my 67 coupe.

Check out some photos on my website.

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1967 Acapulco Blue coupe
302 4V, C4, 9" 3.25:1
Torq-Thrust "D" 225-60-14
1968 PDB, Corbeau
LeCarra, Alpine in-dash CD
http://www.geocities.com/mlnielsen_67/index.htm
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Have installed a set from Pony Car in my '65 convert and have a set to install in my SWMBO's '66 coupe when it comes home from the paint shop. Have also installed Pony Car's head restraint kit in both and am very satisfied with both products. The web site is "ponycarusa.com", I believe. They are not cheap, but well done and their service has been great. Good Luck.

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I have installed the Pony Car Sales Headrests and three point harnesses in my 66 coupe daily driver. They are great, but they are not cheap. I have a 67 convertible and my son's project 66 coupe to equip also, so I may look for cheaper alternatives. As I recall, I paid about $200 for the headrests and $250 for the seatbelts.
 

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JC Whitney also sells 3-pt belts. I purchased a set for my 65. They are of good quality and look good as well. They come in a variety of color choices.

Don
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1965 Convertible, 351W, Tremec, 9", continuous "improvements"
1996 Explorer XLT - daily driver
2000 Taurus - wife's driver
 
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