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talbot vans - rear seatbelt options?

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Old July 22nd 03, 08:18 PM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
Martin Palmer
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Default talbot vans - rear seatbelt options?


Our K reg Autosleeper Rambler GL on the Talbot Express had them as standard.
It was sold at Easter time in 1992 and I think they had only just started
fitting them as standard.

Hope that helps.

Martin Palmer

"Gary B" wrote in message
I am concerened about the safety of using lap belts only in the rear of a
motorhome.. so -would like to buy a used Talbot diesel 4 berth motorhome
with 2 rear forward facing seats - that come fitted with lap and diagonal
seat belts - for my two children (aged 3 and 5)

- so wondered if anyone knew what model / conversion/ year(s) would have

I spoke to a local dealer - who thought that a Talbot harmony from 1994
onwards would have this? but any other recommendations would be most

I suppose I have up to about 15k to spend - although would be keen to

less than this if possible?


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