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Do you do the unique Canadian Dodge/Plymouth buckles (centre button, boar grain on the buckle)? I can never get paint to adhere to them...
I'm checking. Do you have a pic. As far as paint, our source is proprietary. We have never had a problem with paint.
Attached are some pics of the Canadian buckles - they're lift up style,
not centre button. My memory is really great, just really short, and sometimes incorrect!
The base of the buckle is chrome, (hard to see in the pics), and the two halves of the top are boar grain and semi-gloss black. The metal under the paint seems to be some sort of cad plate...
Do you do the shoulder belts with the elastic and the button also? I've got a 69 Sport Fury that the belts all need redone. What would the charge be if I have all the metal redone and send you the buckles etc for nos webbing, new elastic, button, and date tags. I'm looking for a correct restoration.
It will all depend on the quality. Sounds like you are looking for OE correct show quality. If you want your hardware re-chromed that could be a pricy venture. The only NOS we have right now is black.
You still have't aswered my query - do you provide the buckles my Canadian seatbelts have?
Thanks, black is what I need. I'll have my chrome guy do the chrome. I'm curious about the elastic and snap that holds the shoulder belt to the roof.
Yes, all the belts will be correct
I checked and we don't carry that particular buckle
OK thanks. Do you know who does?
Not off hand
No probs. Likely they were a Canadian vendor...
The cost to do your belts would be $525 plus $125 for NOS webbing. There's also a $150 core charge. Cores need to be complete and free of corrosion. The material that the date tags are made is very thin thus they tend to fray when removed from the old webbing. That being said sewing them back on new webbing won't work and will turn out looking poorly.
You can try Ssnake Oyl.
Thanks - I've looked into them before - don't have the correct buckles. Essentially it's everything to do with the buckles!