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Looking to put rear seat belts in my 55 Crown, as my 4 year old grand daughter want to ride in it and loves my Crown. Best helper in world.  Wondering it there is anyone that could help as I don't know where would be best place to drill for mounting. 
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Follow the instructions that come with the belts.


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This is a link to a diagram, pass cars halfway down. I don’t know it’s all that much help. Don’t make the mistake I did once and drill a hole from the top you can’t get to from the bottom. Like over the frame or the muffler. Duh.

https://classiccarradiodoctor.com/fordseatbelts.htm

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Juliano's has a nice how to on their site. That's where I got mine for my wagon.

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I wish I have a granddaughter who appreciates being in the crown.
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Melly (5/4/2018)
Looking to put rear seat belts in my 55 Crown, as my 4 year old grand daughter want to ride in it and loves my Crown. Best helper in world.  Wondering it there is anyone that could help as I don't know where would be best place to drill for mounting. 


check out my blog in the This and That section or better yet, just visit www.hotrodreverend.com. Loads of documentation on a 1955 Ford Fairlane. Plus, you can subscribe to the blog there. I too got all of my belts from Juliano's. Three lap belts in the rear and two 3 point retractable up fronts.

Daniel Jessup

Loveland, Ohio

aka "The Hot Rod Reverend" w00t
check out the 1955 Ford Fairlane build at www.hotrodreverend.com




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