1941-1948 Chevy Tail/Stop Light Kit with Frenching Buckets
41-48 Chevy, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component, Driver and Passenger Side Position, Red
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High quality, true replica of the 1941-1948 Chevy passenger car tail light assembly. Polished stainless steel rim, red glass lens, steel housing. This kit also includes all-steel buckets that allow you to "French" your taillights into the body. Welding & bodywork are required
- Red glass lens
- Polished stainless steel rim
- Steel housing
- 12 volt
- Sold as a pair
- Length: 5-7/8"
- Width: 2-1/2"
- Curved back (not flat)
- Requires 3-1/2" x 1-5/8" hole for the bucket
- Wiring Guide:
- Black - Taillight
- Green - Stop/Turn
- Housing - Ground
- Height: 3"
- Width: 6-1/2"
- Depth: 2-1/16"
What's In The Kit
1941-1948 Chevy Tail Light Frenching BucketPart # 91137041Qty x 2
1941-48 Chevy Right Tail Light AssemblyPart # 91137042-RQty x 1
1941-48 Chevy Left Tail Light AssemblyPart # 91137042-LQty x 1
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