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Tail Lamp Bulb Socket w/Wiring, 1967-68 Camaro/1963-68 Nova, Each
Tail Lamp Bulb Socket w/Wiring, 1967-68 Camaro/1963-68 Nova, Each

Tail Lamp Bulb Socket w/Wiring, 1967-68 Camaro/1963-68 Nova, Each

67-68 Chevy Camaro, 63-68 Chevy Chevy II

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Tail Lamp Bulb Socket w/Wiring, 1967-68 Camaro/1963-68 Nova, Each
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Replacement style bulb sockets for rear tail and turn signal bulb electrical sockets. Uses double filament bulb

  • Tailight bulb socket
  • For rear tail and turn signal bulb electrical sockets
  • Uses double filament bulb
  • For 1967-68 Camaro, 1963-68 Nova

 

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