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1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Replacement Lens, Passenger Car
1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Replacement Lens, Passenger Car

1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Replacement Lens, Passenger Car

41-48 Chevy, Lens Tail Light Component, OEM Replacement, Driver and Passenger Side Position

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1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Replacement Lens, Passenger Car
1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Replacement Lens, Passenger Car
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Tail Light Component:
Lens
OEM Replacement:
Yes
Position:
Driver and Passenger Side
Bulb Type:
Incandescent
Sold in Quantity:
Each
MFG. Part #:
91062196

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Replace those old, cracked, or missing tail lights with these red glass lens.  They are reproductions for your 1941-1948 Chevy passenger car. 

  • Original replacements
  • 1941-1948 Chevy passenger car only
  • Red glass lens
  • Sold each

 

 

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

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