Cadillac Model S Seat Belt
The Cadillac Model S was introduced in 1907. It was built in Detroit, Michigan, the USA by automobile manufacturer General Motors. In the year 1908, the wheelbase was extended to a whopping 82 inches with an overall length of the car being 10 feet and one inch, and it was also fitted with full running boards that replaced the step plates. This Model S also had 24-inch, 12-spoke, wooden wheels, but standard tires were 30-inch X 3-inch. This vehicle was chain-driven and was powered by a one-cylinder, 7-horsepower engine that was located under the front seat. An interesting fact about that one-cylinder was that it was the last year Cadillac used that kind of engine. It is also equipped with a planetary transmission with 2-forward and 1-reverse gears.
These were amazing cars, but they didn’t have the safety components that a car needs today. Seat belts are mandatory in all vehicles that are being built today. If you notice that your seat belt is frayed, torn or ripped make sure you get it repaired right away. Safety Restore is a company that specializes in seat belt repairs and replacements. They offer dog chewed seat belt repair services and seat belt after accident repair services as well. They even offer seat belt webbing repairs, where they can get a color match on your original seat belt or you can customize color. They will save you time and money on all your seat belt repairs.