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I am getting a 67 GTO and have a large waist and need a seat belt extender and can't find one. Any help would be appreciated.

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Have never ran across a seatbelt extender. Am sure one of the seatbelt restoration companys like SnakeOyl could reweb your inboard belt (has female buckle) so it is slightly longer. Don't expect the loomed pattern of the webbing to match, & they'll probably want to reweb both belts.
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Try Juliano's at Replacement Seat Belts ~ Safety Belts ~ Auto Safety Products

If they don't have them, they probably can make you one.
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12" Seat Belt Extender, Bolt-In: Replacement Seat Belts

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The linked seatbelt extenders are designed for use at the base of the male seat belt on belts that did not use retractors, so won't work with.'66 & later GTO's.
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The linked seatbelt extenders are designed for use at the base of the male seat belt on belts that did not use retractors, so won't work with.'66 & later GTO's.
True "Per instructions".
But I see no reason why they couldn't be mounted on the inboard side.
Also would be less visible.

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