1970s White and Red Rare Raunchy Vinyl 'Clunk Click Every Trip' Advertising Belt
Quite a rare find! From the Summer of 1971, this white vinyl belt was produced to help advertise the new British public information films to advertise the safety of wearing seatbelts in cars. 'Clunk Click Every Trip' came from the advert, first fronted by Shaw Taylor and later by a disgraced popular TV and Radio presenter, which was made short and snappy in order to make people remember to buckle up.
Bold and catchy, it would certainly be a novelty to wear with your flares. So long as you don't mind the raunchy imagery, which appears to have been part of the campaign aimed at men as keyrings were produced with a woman wearing a chastity belt!
Please be aware the keyring image is just for an example, item not available.
• Raunchy imagery of a woman in hot pants and a man loosing his trousers as he was not wearing a belt.
• Clunk! Click! Every Trip! No Journey Is Too Short! slogan around the belt
• White, red and black colourway
• White plastic backing with a clear printed vinyl front
• Fastens with a clear buckle with pin, and holes to the belt
• Made from vinyl and plastic
• Slight yellowing to the belt loop, some loosening of some stitching to the back by the end, but it does not affect its use. Shown in photos.
• Care/composition: no labels
Length: 33.5cm longest, 29.5in shortest
Please pay close attention to the measurements of the item. Please get in touch if you have any questions.
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