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    WTB: 1970 seatbelts

    Greetings. I have later MY seatbelts in front and would like to have the correct for MY ones. Not looking to take out a mortgage on these but if someone has an older, not concours set I would be interested.
    even heavily "patina'd" is OK. Thanks, Lew

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    Hi, have a set static US 1970 dated belts for sale.

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    Depending on his build he could have had 69 or 70 dated belts. Big question is US or Euro webbing.
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    US vs Euro Seatbelts

    Quote Originally Posted by lbpa18 View Post
    . . . would like to have the correct for MY ones . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by dirk07 View Post
    . . . have a set static US 1970 dated belts . . .
    Hm

    I've known about the yellow threading on Euro belts

    But are US vs Euro 'labeled' differently, as well? . . .
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    I think the REPA PNs on the tags are different.
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    Allow me to clarify, Im interested in the receivers being the rounded turtle shaped ones with red release lever. Of course I want them to be safe as well. Its hard for me to believe whether they were US destined or Euro that even with differences in weave that they wouldnt still be safe as seatbelts. So in my case Im not sure it matters which. Price is a big concern. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbpa18 View Post
    Allow me to clarify, Im interested in the receivers being the rounded turtle shaped ones with red release lever. Of course I want them to be safe as well. Its hard for me to believe whether they were US destined or Euro that even with differences in weave that they wouldnt still be safe as seatbelts. So in my case Im not sure it matters which. Price is a big concern. Thanks.
    Yep, understood but, you did say MY correct. Being open on the dates on the REPA tags as well as US or Euro webbing opens the field up quite a bit. GLW the search!
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