Blue Dots Tail Light Lenses - Glass
Universal Fit, Reflective Dots Tail Light Component, OEM Replacement, Incandescent Bulb Type
- Fits most tail lights to give them a unique glow
- Chrome-plated bezel fitting
- Four training tabs for positive attachment
- 15/16" hole must be drilled for proper installation
- Sold in pairs
Relive an era of iconic hot-rodding style with a set of blue dot lights! Popular in the 40s and 50s hot rod days - blue dot tail lights stood out from all the other cars flying down the highway. Add some classic decoration and stand out from the crowd, with some added blue light flare. These lights are designed to be added to tail lights by drilling and installing into your existing lenses or can be used in a custom configuration of your liking. Combine these with a traditional red tail light lens and stand out with a unique purplish hue to your wild hotrod creation!
- Chrome steel ring
- Glass lens
Simple outlaw hot-rodding style - emits a cool blue hue for an easy custom look to your ride with a set of blue dot lenses!
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