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1937 Ford LED Tail Light Lens Conversion
1937 Ford LED Tail Light Lens Conversion

1937 Ford LED Tail Light Lens Conversion

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1937 Ford LED Tail Light Lens Conversion
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Bulb Type:
LED
L.E.D. Color:
Red
Overall Height:
.625"
Overall Diameter:
3.00"
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Notes:
License plate light measures 2-3/4" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/8" thick.

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LED conversion kit for your 1937 Ford passenger car tail light housings. Choose left or right side.

  • 17 Super Bright Red LEDs
  • Polycarbonate Lens
  • Drivers side (Left side, in primary picture) includes a 6 LED White License Plate Light
  • Epoxy coated, fully sealed electronics
  • 1157 plug
  • Solid state circuit boards designed for 7.7 - 14.0 VDC 

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