[FOR SALE] 1969 Barracuda FB Dark Green Seatbelts $120

Mopar Interior Parts For Sale

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    I put some modern 3 point ratcheting seatbelts in my car. This is the FRONT seat belt set that I took out. I kept the rear belts. They are pretty nice. I want $120 plus shipping.
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      Three more pictures
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      After I posted the ad, I thought of two things I should have mentioned. First, it was a bucket seat car. Second, the interior was originally black. I bought dark green webbing from a seat belt restoration company called Sssnake Oyl and painted the buckles and plastic parts green. I disassembled the buckles to ensure a good job. Then I had them sewn together using the old belts as a guide. I hope I didn't give the impression they were originals.
       
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      Ok thank you.
       
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      crack1.JPG crack2.JPG Two more pics. The plastic parts are actually very good. The only damage is a few small cracks to the plastic parts that bolt the shoulder harnesses to the roof. That is no surprise considering how you have to bend them back to tighten the bolts.
       
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