From Our Family, To Yours
Even though Morris Classic Concepts was founded by Billy Morris in 2004, our story really began in 1994 when he made the first set of 3-point seat belts for his 1969 Camaro. He couldn't find any 3-point seat belts for sale that would directly bolt in without having to hammer a bracket to fit, create your own bracket, or stack washers, so he drew up a bracket template for the Camaro's floorpan and designed the first set of Morris Classic front seat belts.
Car show after car show, he was asked where he bought his seat belts and how they fit so perfectly.
His answer for years was - "You can't buy them - I made them myself."
WHO WE ARE & WHY WE'RE DIFFERENT
Morris Classic is still a family owned and operated company, whose first priorities are always safety and customer satisfaction. All of our products are year-and-car-specific to avoid any modifications, and come with everything you'll need for installation. All seat belts and lap belts are Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) tested weekly, are pull tested to withstand 3,000 pounds of force, and actually exceed this requirement by more than 20%. All Australian Compliant seat belts and lap belts also meet FMVSS, but conform to AS2596 ADR4 E45 standards as well.
In addition to front and rear 3-point seat belts, we also offer 2-point lap belts, Clear Shot mirrors, mirror-polished stainless steel emblems, brackets for under the hood, grille lights, shift plates, and side marker inserts.
We know many of our vendors, suppliers, and customers personally, and are always willing to help with product questions, installation, ordering, and any other questions you may have. You'll always talk to a real person and always receive a timely call back if you leave a message on our machine after business hours.
We know that your goal is to get outside of the garage and enjoy your car.
Our goal is to provide quality products that fit, look like factory, and keep you safe - from our family to yours.
- The Morris Classic Family
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