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Vtg Nos E-z Auto Safety Seat Belts Navy Blue Muscle Car Hot Rod Bbc Sbc Scta on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
Super Nice NOS Chrome Buckle Lap Belts Camaro Impala Chevy Ford Flathead Hot Rod 60's Muscle Car Tri Power
Brand:Ez Surface Finish:Nice Manufacturer Part Number:C1273 Navy Blue Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

For auction at no reserve are these mint new old stock navy blue E-Z auto seat belts with all the original mounting hardware. Chrome flip buckles, nice navy webbed belts with shelf worn boxes.

 
 
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Our items are vintage, they are not new and show varying signs of age and wear (i.e. abrasions, dings, patina, etc..). We do our best to describe all of our items, but often we don't overstate the obvious signs of age that are inherent in vintage items. If you have further specific questions or concerns, we encourage you to ask before you bid. International bidders on approval, payment within 5 days.
 
 Unless noted otherwise, our items are pre-owned and will have visual and physical cues typical of an item that has been handled and used. We do not sell "on approval". All items in the above listing are thoroughly described and contain pertinent information regarding research on make, model, and condition of item. Therefore we do not sell subject to confirmation and all sales are final. In the event that an item was described improperly contact us within 3 days of receiving your package and we will review returns on a case by case scenario. Under no circumstances will shipping charges be reimbursed, so please bid accordingly.

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