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1968 Camaro LED Tail Light/Stop Lights
1968 Camaro LED Tail Light/Stop Lights

1968 Camaro LED Tail Light/Stop Lights

1968 Chevy Camaro, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component, LED Bulb Type, Plastic Lens Material

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1968 Camaro LED Tail Light/Stop Lights
1968 Camaro LED Tail Light/Stop Lights
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Tail Light Component:
Complete Assembly
OEM Replacement:
No
Bulb Type:
LED
Lens Material:
Plastic
L.E.D. Color:
Red
Sold in Quantity:
Each
MFG. Part #:
91137078

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Face it, it's hard to see those tail lights on older cars. Now is the time to change out those broken or faded tail lights for new LED versions. 

  • 68 Camaro Tail Light
  • 48 Super Bright LEDS
  • Epoxy Coated, Fully Sealed Electronics, 1157 Plug
  • Solid State Circuit Boards Designed for 7.7 - 14.0 VDC
  • Sold Each

 

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