Ford Torino Seat Belt
The Ford Torino, also called the Ford Fairlane (in Venezuela) is considered to be both a mid-size car and a muscle car. Ford produced this vehicle for the North American automotive market between the years 1968 and 1976. Assembly of the vehicle took place in a number of North American plants—in the states of Georgia, Ohio, California, Illinois, and Missouri—as well as in Ontario, Canada.
The nameplate of the vehicle comes from the city of Turin, which is located in Italy. This city is considered to be an equivalent of Detroit in the United States. In the beginning, the Ford Torino was meant to be an upscale version of the intermediate-sized Ford Fairlane, which was produced by Ford from 1962 to 1970. By the year 1970, “Torino” became the primary nameplate for Ford intermediate vehicles, while the Fairlane became a subseries of the Torino. A year later, in 1971, the “Fairlane” nameplate was completely dropped, and all Ford intermediates were classified under the name “Torino”.
If you own the macho-looking Ford Torino, you must be very proud of it. However, just because the vehicle looks good doesn’t mean that it doesn’t face problems like any other car. The seat belts, in particular, in older vehicles like this can become damaged or worn out over time. If that is the condition of your Ford Torino seat belt mechanisms, you should look into getting Ford Torino seat belt repair. A quality and affordable company you can turn to for this service are Safety Restore.