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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JeffreyJames, Aug 14, 2008.
I think your decklid is stating an accurate assessment of that idea. Ugh!
Nice tail lights.. look like a desoto tail lights....
Thats what all the guys say..
'59 Caddys on my '57 Caddy.
Most commonly used are the '59 Caddys.
49 Hudson lites on a 41 Ford....
39 lincoln on my 36 Ford.
56 chevy on my 53 chevy
My lights... my mold.
My old '33 p/u with '63 Corvair truck tail lights...
Truck stop chrome shop trailer lights...fit perfectly on my '56 Dodge. Could not believe my luck.
1957 Facel . Just always thought these were neat , especially when lit at night
One of my all time favs!
Shamelessly copied from Jack Calori -- '41 Hudson lights on a '36 Ford coupe, flipped and swapped side-for-side:
Easy and traditional -- '55 Merc station wagon lights on a '56 Ford:
and reeeally easy -- Lee lenses on a shoebox (these are still available new from Johnnie Smith in Kentucky):
37 Lincoln Zephyr
Heres the model A taillight (with an aftermarket lens) on my Harley. I have the same thing as a third brake light and license plate light on the Anglia.........
If ya got 'em posted 'em! More Please.
not sure on mine!
Olds starfire lights on my '54 Chev....
57 Studebaker (also used on 56 Packard) N.O.S. came in Studebaker Box.
Used on 53 Buick Super
Buick the Un-Merc
52 Buick lenses in my 49 Ford, these are glass lenses, won't melt.
54 Pontiac sedan delivery modified so the outer reflectors are turn lights. When signal is on right turn left inner and right outer flash and viceversa for left turncenter lens tail and brake.
Great thread. I wish there was one for grill shells
'41 Studebaker lights in my '37 Chevy...
52-54 Lincoln on a 53 mercury
a set of these 47 buick lights on the back of my 32 cabriolet. don't have a pic of them on the car here at work
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