1951-52 Chevy Car LED Tail Light Assembly w/ Mounting Pads, Pair
51-52 Chevy Bel Air, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component, Driver and Passenger Side Position
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These completely assembled tail light bezels are for 1951-1952 Chevy passenger cars. They feature a red polycarbonate lens with 16 super bright red LED's. These tail light assemblies are a conversion replacement for your old damaged or missing tail lights.
The included tail light pads fit in between the taillight bezel and the fender on your 1951-1952 Chevy passenger car. They feature quality rubber material to protect your fender and finish.
1951-52 Chevy Car LED Tail Light Assembly
- Red Polycarbonate Lens with 16 Super Bright Red LED's
- Chrome Zinc Die Cast Bezel with red reflector
- Epoxy Coated, Fully Sealed Electronics
- Fits All Passenger Cars
- Left and Right side
- Includes Chrome Housing, Mounting Hardware, Round Reflector, Socket and Wires
- 12V only
1951-1952 Chevy Tail Light Rubber Mounting Pad with Lip
- Molded rubber pads
- Sold as pair
- Quality rubber material
- Left and Right Side
- Fits All Passenger Cars
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway 1951-52 Chevy Car LED Tail Light AssemblyPart # 91151526Qty x 2
1951-1952 Chevy Tail Light Rubber Mounting Pad with LipPart # 91151524Qty x 1
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