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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JeffreyJames, Aug 14, 2008.
'63 Impala in a '60 F-100.
'41 to '48 Chev taillights
32 on 32
1930 Cadillac that I hope to put on my '29 Steelback some day.
1942-48 Buick Taillights
Also, where is @JeffreyJames? He always had something going on. If you read this JJ, I hope you and yours are well.
made from 66 Ford back up
Here's what was on my merc when I found it.
Ooooooh , I like it .
Thanks! Took two years to find them. Bob
Well worth the search for uniqueness.
It has always amazed me that some people put square lights on round cars. Your "new" lights are not only very cool, they are a vast improvement.
Kind of breezed through this thread, but I didn't see anything about it. Has anyone put 49 Merc tail lights on a 46-48 Ford? I've seen a couple of pics of it but I'm trying to figure out how to make the mounts for it.
Another FINE example of ‘41 Studebakers on a ‘40 Ford.
For something someday,
Buick lights in a homemade surround molded into Olds quarters. These are on Leland Grantz' '50 Chev convert that he bought new and had Winfield work on. I wonder how many car folks notice the gas door....
Do not know if it has been done, but the early VW taillights are small and have a nice glass lens...would work on a lot of fat fender cars.
My grandfathers 34 Plymouth coupe had these mounted to the fenders in the late 70s..unfortunately I don’t have any pictures of it
Granted, they are stock, but sometimes if it isn't broken, you dont have to fix it, unless your lenses had gotten smashed in...
That's what Hot Rod Ron did on his coupe
@Hot Rod Ron
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