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Who else does seatbelt restoration besides Ssnake-Oyl? I have nothing against them and I know they do great work, just thought I'd get another quote. Isn't their another outfit in Texas that does them? Is it Dallas Mustang or something like that? TIA
 

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Dallas Mustang does an excellent job. I have their belts in all my cars, and my son proof tested them when he totalled the 66.

Bob
 

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Python Restoration in Richardson, Texas
Tel:(214)384-9696
e-mail: [email protected] (Stewart)

belt restoration with correct date coded tags
 

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I used Dallas Mustang but I'm going to have to use Python for the labels.
 

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Not really worried about labels....just want to go to blk belts & buckles from tan.

Ssnake-Oyl wants $100 bucks a set (4 sets to a car of course) and Dallas charges $50. Wonder what the difference is....besides $200 bucks lol.

Well thanks for the leads, I'm going to put this on hold until I get into this car. I have a set of `70 retractable belts I took out of Parnelli's car but I don't know if there's room for them in a `69 Convertible. With changing the seats out to a set of Scat Procar Ralley Seats maybe there will be more room for the retractors? Hmmm...thanks again.
 

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Python will sell you the labels...for about $8-10 each. That's 2 X 4 X (8 or 10) = $64-80 just for the labels. :(
 
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