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1931-1932 Chevy Blue Dot Tail Light Lens
1931-1932 Chevy Blue Dot Tail Light Lens

1931-1932 Chevy Blue Dot Tail Light Lens

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These replacement red glass tail light lens for 1931-1932 Chevys feature a blue glass dot accent in the center. The blue dot features a chrome trim ring around it.  These style tail lights were popular for many decades as an aftermarket feature.  Gives a bright lavender appearance when brake light comes on.

  • Original replacements
  • 1931-1932 Chevy
  • Classic Lynx-Eye blue dot in center
  • Red glass lens
  • Sold each
  • Mounting gasket sold separately

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