Calais, one of Cadillac’s productions was the entry-level Cadillac model that was sold from 1965 to 1976. Cadillac renamed the Series 62 “Calais” in 1965, after the French town and resort which overlooks the narrowest point in the English Channel. Another interesting fact about the name is in Greek mythology, the name “Calais” was also one of two winged sons of Boreas, the god of the North Wind, and Oreithyea.
In 1965, Calais tail fins were canted slightly downward, and sharp, distinct body lines were featured. This vehicle had so many new features which included, rear bumpers were straight and the rear lamp clusters were vertical, the headlight pairs were vertical, permitting a wide grille. As well as side windows were curved and frameless. Perimeter frame construction allowed positioning of the engine forward in the frame, which meant lowering the transmission hump and increasing interior room. The Calais was available as a 2- or 4-door hardtop as well as a “formal-roof” 4-door sedan, which was a hybrid with frameless, hardtop-like windows, but with a pillar between them. The Cadillac Calais was completely restyled and redesigned, inside and out, for 1971. With all these great features the question still stands on how to best customize this amazing vehicle.
One of the best ways to customize it and stay in budget is by getting custom seat belt webbing. No matter if you use this vehicle as your daily driver or a show car getting custom seat belts will not only improve the look of your interior but also change out those boring old seat belts. The best part about it is it only costs $74.99 with Safety Restore. The custom seat belt webbing offered by Safety Restore is fast and affordable, with 24-hour turnaround time. Safety Restore only uses a webbing that meets and often exceeds, federal guidelines for their webbing replacement services. You can go on their website at https://www.safetyrestore.com to get started today with their easy step by step instructions on how to send in your old seat belts.