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Speedway Tech Talk - Buckle Up for Safety

6/22/2017
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If you’re working on a restoration, or you just want to add some additional seat belts to your 1960’s or earlier car, Speedway Motors has a few options for you to choose from. Pat brought out a few of those options to show off.

Pat first shows a lift latch style, one that he actually has in his ‘60’s Chevy Impala. The latch is large, easy to grasp and use, and is chromed for those of you wanting a little bling in the inside of the car. Speedway also offers a traditional push button style, and both styles are available in a retractable setup.

All the seat belt kits come with installation hardware, and should you need more, the installation kits are available separately.

Speedway Motors also offers some direct fit application seat belts, such as the 3-point system that Pat shows from Morris Classics for the 1966-67 Chevy Nova.

To look at the seat belts that Pat showed in this video, and the other options available at Speedway Motors, click here.

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