We want to feel safe driving our classic Mustangs, which do not have the kind of safety features we’re used to in today’s new cars. In truth, you’re never going to be as safe in a classic Mustang as you are in a new one, so please drive carefully. When it comes to safety, automakers have come a long way with airbags, crush zones, and side-impact protection. That’s why we have to make the best of what’s available for classic Mustangs when it comes to safety equipment.
Morris Classic Concepts LLC is one such aftermarket company with its eye on safety. It offers three-point safety belts for classic 1968-1972 Mustangs that bolt in place of your Mustang’s original seatbelts. Once installed, these belts operate and fit around you comfortably. What’s more, they look sharp and like they belong there. If you want three-point belts for the back seat, Morris can help you there too.
Each set of Morris belts comes with completely assembled driver- and passenger-side seatbelts, two female ends, Grade 8 bolts, a spacer that fits between the seatbelt reel and rocker panel ensuring that it mounts flush, and all other necessary installation hardware and instructions. Each pair of front three-point belts will bolt into all existing factory holes in your 1968-1972 Mustang. These seatbelts are sewn in accordance with the vehicle manufacturer’s pattern to ensure strength.
Morris Classic Concepts seatbelt sets are pull-tested to 3,000 pounds of force weekly to ensure their quality and compliance with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS). However, Morris seatbelts exceed the 3,000-pound standard by more than 20 percent, which is a big plus with Morris belts.
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