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1934 Chevy Tail Light Bracket
1934 Chevy Tail Light Bracket

1934 Chevy Tail Light Bracket

1934 Chevy Master, 1934 Chevy Standard, 7.75" Overall Length, 3.93" Base Length, Aluminum

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1934 Chevy Tail Light Bracket
1934 Chevy Tail Light Bracket
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MFG. Part #:
91662011
Overall Length:
7.75"
Base Length:
3.93"
Base Width:
2.11"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Each
Notes:
No holes are drilled, some contouring may be required to fit properly.

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This 1934 Chevy tail light bracket is made of cast aluminum. You polish or paint them and save money!

This bracket is 7-5/16” long, and there are NO holes drilled for mounting or routing the wires.  This is a cast aluminum piece and the ends where the tail light mount and also where it mounts to the fender are flat.  You will need to shape the mounting end at the fender to match your application.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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