Cadillac Model G Seat Belt
Cadillac introduced The Model G in the year 1907 until it was replaced in 1908. It was a smaller version of the Model H, with a wheelbase of 100 in. When purchasing this vehicle you had a couple of options, you could buy it as a tourer, roadster or limousine. The engine was a 3.7 L four-cylinder L-head design producing 20 hp, which was rated again to 25 hp for the year 1908 with no changes made. The Model G refrained from the complicated planetary transmission used on other luxury four-cylinder cars at the time for a less-complicated sliding gear system. For the 1909 model year, Cadillac introduced the new Cadillac Model Thirty. This new updated car was based on the Model G and replaced all 1908 Models.
Unfortunately, this luxurious four-cylinder vehicle was missing one key ingredient, and that was its safety components. One of the safety elements that it did not have was seat belts. Seat belts started coming out in the early 1930s and in 1968 the federal government mandated that all new cars include seat belts at all seating positions. Seat belts are there to protect you from a car accident and are there to protect you from jolting around the vehicle. If you own a vehicle that does provide seat belts and you are in need of a seat belt repair, then Contact Safety Restore. Safety Restore has many options for you, they offer seat belt buckle repairs, pretensioner repairs, tensioner repairs, seat belt webbing repairs, and so much more. They use only 100% OEM parts on all repairs and offer a lifetime warranty on them.