Cadillac Model K Seat Belt
The Cadillac Model K was introduced in the year 1906 and was a short wheelbase. An interesting fact about the Cadillac Model K was that the K were very similar to the Cadillac Models E and F from the year 1905 but had updated bodies. Production and sales of the Model K continued through the year 1907 in both the Tulip and straight lined body styles. Another very interesting thing that people may not know is that three 1907 Model Ks were used in the famous Dewar Trophy test of the Royal Automobile Club in England. They were first disassembled, then had their parts mixed up, and then reassembled without any problems. This test settled the Cadillac's reputation for precision and quality and brought fame to the marque. Customers paid roughly $750 for the Cadillac Model K.
The Cadillac Model K was a great vehicle, it was even used in the Dewar Trophy test of the Royal Automobile Club. It also settled Cadillac’s reputation and brought fame to the marque. There was one thing that it was lacking though, and that was safety components. One of the safety equipment that it did not have was seat belts. Seat belts are very important to keep you and your passengers safe in case of an accident or a collision. If you do own a vehicle with torn, frayed, or ripped seat belts then it time to get a repair. Safety Restore is a company that specializes in not only seat belt repair, but also seat belt buckle repairs. They offer dog chewed seat belt repairs, and seat belt repairs after an accident services. They even offer seat belt webbing repair, and use only 100% OEM parts on all of their repairs.