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- GARRISON H. (Jan 24, 2019)

“Very pleased with the service. Fast shipping and good quality.”

- Ruben A. (Jan 16, 2019)

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

- Kim M. (Jan 7, 2019)

“have had alot of seatbelts restored with safety restore, great turnaround time and great work!”

- John O. (Jan 6, 2019)

“I think it is, you repaired the parts , sent them back and they work fine, BillG”

- William G. (Jan 16, 2019)

“Excellent and fast service, I like to deal with this company for so many years already.”

- Olga S. (Jan 4, 2019)

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Cadillac Allante Seat Belt
The Cadillac Allante is a two-door, two-seater luxury roadster produced by Cadillac that was produced from 1987 until 1993. It was expensive to produce with the complete bodies flown to Detroit for final assembly. For 1988, the Allante featured revised front seat headrests and a power deck lid pulldown as standard equipment. Analog instruments, in place of the standard digital dash cluster, were also now available as a no-charge option. In 1988 the base price was raised to $56,533, with the cellular telephone still being the only extra-cost option. In 1989, the price rose to $57,183. In 1990, Cadillac offered a lower-priced $53,050 companion model with a cloth convertible roof and without the removable aluminum hardtop, and a model including the hardtop was priced at $58,638. In 1991, Cadillac added a power-latching mechanism for the convertible top, prices began at $57,260, although a midyear price-drop brought the Allante convertible down to $55,900, and the hardtop/convertible down to $61,450. The Allante for 1992 was priced at $58,470 for the convertible and $64,090 for the hardtop/convertible. the 1993 model year, Allante was scaled down to just one model this year, the soft-top convertible priced at $59,975. Production officially ended on July 16, 1993.

The prices changed throughout all the years of the Allante’s production, but one thing that Cadillac made sure of was keeping their driver’s safe on the road.  Keeping everyone safe is key, and to keep seat belts on will ensure everyone's safety. For instance, making sure your airbag is in working condition. Safety Restore can help if your airbag light is on, they can do a SRS airbag module reset using your old module which will save you thousands of dollars. SRS Airbag module computers, found in cars, control the entire airbag system. They reprogram your SRS module to factory condition, making the airbag computer as good as new. All codes from the accident will be erased and cleared even if it was a minor accident. They can help you get your car back on the road in no time.

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