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Hot Rods Ford part???? What's it off.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by oz40, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. oz40
    Joined: Dec 17, 2006
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    Hi Guys,
    need some help in identifying whats this light/stalk is off.
    Its body is the same as a 1937-40 Ford interior dome light, and also the bezel that holds the lense in, other than it has the small screw tab.
    The lense is glass and not plastic as the 37-40 Fords.
    Thanks
     

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  2. moefuzz
    Joined: Jul 16, 2005
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    39 Ford Truck Headlight stanchion
    Also used on 40's Ford trucks...


    41 Ford one Tonner:


    1941_Ford_Truck_pic1.JPG



    1940_1_1__2_ton_ford_flathead_truck_1_lgw.jpg


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  3. moefuzz
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    Probably available new thru MAC's for a reasonable price (with trim)
     
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  4. oz40
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    Great work guys, and thankyou now I need new lenses.
     
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  5. Bruce Lancaster
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    Note that the lens is probably an excellent solution for the plastic interior lenses that sometimes melt, especially with 12v bulbs, in those Fords.
    Ford speedily returned to glass lenses for the remaining Henry years after that...
     
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  6. verde742
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    I see them on E-bay quite a bit, a few know what they are..
     
  7. oz40
    Joined: Dec 17, 2006
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    Hi Bruce, I am thinking the same thing, hence my Q?
     

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