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“Seat belt works excellent. I sent it on a Tuesday night and had it back by Friday”

- Bill R. (Jan 8, 2019)

“Fixed fast and returned fast. What else could you want?”

- Kim M. (Jan 7, 2019)

“Fast turnaround and an excellent job. Could not ask for better.”

- Gregory M. (Jan 9, 2019)

“This is the second time i have used safety restore for seatbelt. Quick an very good service.”

- John M. (Jan 4, 2019)

“easy and very fast service, will use this company again for future repairs”

- Kelvin C. (Jan 7, 2019)

“Great job saved me from buying a new one big savings, Thanks again”

- Garrison H. (Jan 24, 2019)

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Ford Crestline Seat Belt
The Ford Crestline is a full-size vehicle manufactured by Ford Motor Company from 1952 until 1954. The Ford Crestline was manufactured in several body styles, including a 4-door sedan, 2-door hardtop, 2-door convertible, and a 4-door station wagon and was considered Ford’s top-of-the-line model. During its run, more than half a million of these vehicles were sold.

The Crestline came standard with a 223 CID L6 and a 239 CID V8 engine. A three-speed manual transmission was also standard in the vehicle, while Ford-O-Matic and over-drive were optional features. Throughout its years of production, the vehicle was updated several times with minor trim changes, styling, engine tune-ups, and suspension setups.

The starting price for the vehicle in its day was slightly more than $2,100. Today, the Ford Crestline is considered a classic and can range from a few thousand dollars up to tens of thousands of dollars! Collectors usually seek out the Ford Crestline convertible models.

Because the Ford Crestline is considered a classic, the vehicle needs to be very well cared for. After all, it is more difficult (and expensive) to replace parts in a classic rather than a modern vehicle. Over time, however, it is inevitable that some parts simply may need to be repaired or even replaced. The seat belts, for example, can experience extensive wear-and-tear or the belt mechanisms may become locked—rendering Ford Crestline seat belt repair necessary.

If you own a Ford Crestline and find that Ford Crestline seat belt repair is needed, you can turn to the company Safety Restore. Not only does Safety Restore have a history of working with classic cars, but the company also offers amazing prices and fast turnaround time on its services.

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