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From: Oregon, USA
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posted 12-18-2001 11:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 71RESTO   Click Here to Email 71RESTO     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I recently pulled the shoulder belts out of a '71 coupe at a local pick-a-part, however when I got them home they did not match the ones in my '71 fastback. The numbers on the webbing tag are code S501 and date F5069. Any clues what these actually fit??? Thanks for any help!

71 Fastback (his) under resto (351C-4V C6 auto)
73 Mach 1 (hers) (351CJ 4 speed)
66 289/2V coupe (daughter Ashley's)
89 LX 2.3 convertible (daughter Amanda's)
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posted 12-19-2001 05:06 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dave Gibson   Click Here to Email Dave Gibson     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm finding nothing that is going to help you so far. Checked the Ford Interchange manual and came up with nada, zip, nothing. Checked several other books and still have not found a thing. But I'm still looking.

Dave & Terri

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'65 Fastback Modified 289 4V, C-4, dual exhaust, styled steel wheels, rally pac, A/C
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'66 Coupe, Silver Blue Metallic, 351W 2-V, 4 speed, A/C, future sleeper.

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posted 12-21-2001 03:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for T5owner     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I would guess the F5 code would stand for a 95 car?, which you would certainly figure out.
I have D7.. coded automatic seat belts in my 68 Fastback, which were indeed from a later 8oies Ford. I am pretty sure they are no more good for a crash, but believe can do a lot for your safety, until you are just short of a crash.

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