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The safest way is to add a roll cage and a harness. That's probably a bit more involved that what you were thinking.
You could also reinforce the floors and use some bucket seats from a 90's vintage Sebring convertible, which has the seat belts built into the seat. You can even reupholster them to make them feel more at home.
http://www.geocities.com/lancer_412001/Valiant.html?1019682636620
I think if I were to do that, I'd have to fine some way to keep the cool chrome buckles on the seat belts, because that plastic stuff looks out of place.
Also, I'd try to adapt the 64-65 vintage interior door handles where those odd shaped plastic ones are for adjusting the seat.


Dave Casey

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Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2005 1:22 PM
Subject: seat belts



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Has anybody installed a 3 point harness in a hardtop? I  really would
like to have the extra margin of safety over lap belts, but without a
"B" pillar, what would you have to do?

'65 Coronet 500
500 CID Wedge
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