Nice period looking belt
November 17, 2018
We have a 63 chevy very. Recently my daughter found out she was expecting and asked if I could install 1 belt in the back for when the baby came(she insisted she did not want a belt for herself) Like a fool i only installed 1. The first ride after it was installed my daughter tried the belt out (to make sure I installed it securely. She was so impressed with the quality look and the level of safety it provide she asked me to install one for her too. So i felt i would leave a positive review when i logged in to buy 2 more
August 14, 2018
Bought a 1956 Chevy that had aftermarket seat belts in it already. Unfortunately they were virtually useless, since one side of the pair was barely long enough to reach from the floor to the top of the bench seat, making hooking them up almost impossible. The belts from Wesco are sized up properly so the clasp is toughly in the center of your body..........very happy with them. If I ever need seat belts again, Wesco will be my first stop.
Near exact replacements
August 10, 2018
The original lapbelts in my 64 Impala were, of course, 54 years old. Nuff said. These were a perfect color match, and kept the spirit of the 60s alive with the chrome clamshells. Very happy.
Safety belted in
June 16, 2018
After the 61 Chevrolet was done i was not a fan of driving or riding in it since there were no belts. My husband finally told me to get some belts and he would install them. After searching I found these period looking lift latch belts and bought a pair in blue, one for driver and one for passenger. I was told they were simple to install. Although my husband refuses to buckle up he is okay with me wearing belts and usually encourages it. When he installed these belts the male buckle is on the right side in each seating position and the female on the left. This way if i am driving or sitting in the passenger seat i have a belt and if he is driving and i want to sit next to him, since he does not belt up i can use 1/2 of each belt and buckle up in the center. The belts are strong and keep me in my seat. I just hope i never have to try out how it works in a crash
Perfect vintage belt
April 8, 2018
Just got a barn find 56 dodge that was in perfect shape and unrestored. The interior still had the clear seat covers. We got it running but wanted some belts before we took it out. I did.not want modern push button belts and found these. They were easy to install and look like they were there from day one on thw seat covers. Added bonus you do npt slide about on the auroralled seats.
Great period belts
April 6, 2018
Was finishing a 57 ford build and decided to add some belts to finish the interior off. After some looking I chose these since they looked similar to factory belts. Installation was a snap and they look awesome on the seats. As a side note the old lady thought i was a square for installing them ... until we went for a spin and she realized how quick the car was. She had no issues buckling up then and was VERY thankful i had installed some quality belts
Wesco Performance: Thank you Troy for choosing Wesco Performance for your chrome lift lever seat belts! I would love to see some photos. My first car was a white 57 Ford with three on the tree, 312 T-Bird motor and dual exhaust. Loved it! I could pile a bunch of my friends in there; it was a blast. They called it the "Rumble Wagon" (glasspacks), even though it wasn't a wagon. :) Thanks! Cary at Wesco Performance
Review seatbelts for 1966 GTO install.
December 3, 2017
The chrome buckle has a plastic clear covering is this removable if not it has a flaw on the buckle plastic covering which detracts from the overall appearance. apart from this they look good.
Hi Mike, The clear plastic is only there to protect the beautiful chrome finish in shipping and handling. When you remove the plastic protection film, you will see the brilliant shine of the buckle. Thank you so much for your comments and your business!