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Lot Of 2 Nos Brand New In Box/vintage 1960 Hickok Traveler Auto Seat Belts Brown on 2040-parts.com

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Boonton, New Jersey, United States

Boonton, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:HICKOK Model/Year:1960 Placement on Vehicle:Front, Rear

Lot of 2 NOS (New Old Stock) Brand New IN BOX/Vintage 1960 HICKOK TRAVELER AUTO SEAT BELTS BROWN
 Both seat belts are absolutely brand new & unused in original boxes with original price tags.
They are brown in color, can be used for front or rear seats, and are marked model/year 1960.
I have opened one box to show the hardware that comes inside, along with the actual seat belt & instruction forms, see photos #11-12.

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