When you see a car that has been restored, it’s details that can really make that car a stand out. Take for instance the car’s interior. Every detail counts, and the folks at SSnake-Oyl Products can make one of those details outstanding. One would not guess by the name, but the folks at SSnake-Oyl specialize in OE-quality seatbelt restoration.
“We take the customer’s seat belts, replace the webbing, disassemble the latch and rechrome and repaint all pieces, and the reassemble the belt. Our webbing features the correct factory look, and even our stitching has been researched and replicated,” said Sam Houston of SSnake-Oyl.
Basically, they can take your dirty, stained seat belts, and return them to you in like-new, showroom condition. In fact, many times, they can even restore and reapply the factory tags. They also service most makes, models, and years.
If you’re looking for custom seat belts, you can call and tell them what kind of car the belts will be installed in, and more than likely, they will have the exact measurements for what was originally in the car. You can also request they make your belts longer or shorter depending on your needs.
You can even let them know what color and type you of webbing you want, and they will send you several different color swatches to compare and decide what works for you. You can then compare them to the interior of your car to get a good match. The webbing in restored or custom seat belts is the same, and that webbing is custom made to replicate the style of webbing that was used from the ‘60s through the ‘80s.