Ford Customline Seat Belt
Ford Motor Company designed the Ford Customline, a full-size car, for the 1952 to 1956 model years.
The first generation of the vehicle lasted from 1952 to 1954. The vehicle came in five different body styles, including a 2-door sedan, a 2-door coupe, a 2-door station wagon, a 4-door station wagon, and a 4-door sedan. Assembly of the first generation Customline (and later the second generation as well) took place in Chester, Pennsylvania, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Long Beach, California, and Australia. The layout of the first generation model (which later extended to the second generation) was front engine, rear-wheel-drive.
The second generation of the vehicle lasted one year, from 1955 to 1956. This generation was available in fewer body styles—accessible in just a 2-door sedan, a 2-door hardtop coupe, and a 4-door sedan.
This Ford model was also manufactured by Ford Australia in the year 1952 until 1959.
If you own a Ford Customline and find that some of the parts are just not as great looking as they used to look back in their day, you may want to look into getting some repairs. One key component in particular that you may want to pay attention to is the seat belts. If the belts in your Ford are looking drab and worn out, Ford Customline seat belt repair is something you should get immediately. By turning to the company Safety Restore, you can expect a great price, a fast turnaround time, a lifetime warranty on your service, and a quality guarantee!