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Ford 1933-1936 Car/1945-1952 Pickup Tail Light Lens, Red Glass
Ford 1933-1936 Car/1945-1952 Pickup Tail Light Lens, Red Glass

Ford 1933-1936 Car/1945-1952 Pickup Tail Light Lens, Red Glass

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Ford 1933-1936 Car/1945-1952 Pickup Tail Light Lens, Red Glass
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Lens Material:
Glass
Lens Color:
Red
Bezel I.D.:
3.07"
Overall Diameter:
3.51"
Centerline of Holes:
3.00"
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These reproduction red glass tail light lens are for 1933-1936 Ford cars and 1945-1952 pickup trucks.  They feature specs of the originals.
  • OEM replacement
  • Red glass lens
  • 1933-1936 Ford cars and 1945-1952 pickups
  • Sold each

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