1928-1931 Ford Model A Stainless Tail Lights
28-31 Ford Model A, 28-31 Ford Model AA, 28-31 Ford Sedan Delivery, OEM Replacement, Red
- Polished stainless steel housing with glass lenses an excellent replacement or addition to your Model 'A' Ford
- Left tail light has lenses on the bottom to illuminate a license plate
- Dimensions are 3.851" diameter, 3" depth, 3.851" height, 1-3/4" mount
- Tail lights have two bulbs in them that are of a single filament 1156 style, could work as 6 volt if you change bulbs to 6 volt compatible
- Wire colors are: tail light - Black, stop - Green and grounded through the housing
Polished stainless steel housing with glass lenses. An excellent replacement or addition to your Model 'A' Ford. Left tail light has lenses on the bottom to illuminate a license plate. Choose left or right. 12 volt operation.
- 3.851" diameter
- 3" depth
- 3.851" height
- 1-3/4" mount
- Housing - Ground
- Tail - Black
- Stop - Green
These tail lights have two bulbs in them that are of a single filament style.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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