R4 rear seatbelt mounting
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    Anyone got info on how to mount the rear seatbelts on the early 4's? We've continued to strip our first body this week and could not find any mounting points for the rear seatbelts.
    Good new is that the motor / gearbox is back together and is waiting for to be lowered into a gorgously repainted body.....
    Stephan

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    Unless the shell is a very late model, like late 1970's, there will be no rear seat belt anchorage points. On the late cars they have reinforcement points at the front of the rear wheel arch, in the load compartment floor and at the top of the rear pillar. For one of the early cars, it may be best to take it to a seat belt place and ask their advice. The lower points would be easy to locate, but the upper anchorage could be tricky, especially if you want it to be invisible from the outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon
    Unless the shell is a very late model, like late 1970's, there will be no rear seat belt anchorage points. On the late cars they have reinforcement points at the front of the rear wheel arch, in the load compartment floor and at the top of the rear pillar. For one of the early cars, it may be best to take it to a seat belt place and ask their advice. The lower points would be easy to locate, but the upper anchorage could be tricky, especially if you want it to be invisible from the outside.
    Thanks Simon - I feared that that might be the case.....

    cheers
    Stephan

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