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On Sun, 09 Oct 2005 10:34:02 -0400 moparbikeguy@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
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> It is beginning to sound like I need to cage (or at least rollbar) 
> the 
> car or worry about "lapbelt" injuries.
> 
>  '65 Coronet 500
>  500 CID Wedge
> 
>I would think that a "gusset" could be fabricated, to fit the roof rail,
as an anchor point for self installed belts. The '69 chargers had a
seperate shoulder belt, and a second attachment on the lap belt for it.
Peel back the headliner and have a look. It only has to "work" once. Tom
in Dallas

 >   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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