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A glass lense with the red section for tail light, and amber for the stop light. U.S.A.
Mounts inside the tail lamp behind the lens. Wires from the LED board simply plug into the sockets where the light bulbs were removed. LED lights use less current than conventional bulbs and...
Accessory bolt/nut set for
mounting the license plate to
the bracket. U.S.A.
The clear glass lens for the tail light. Where the light shines through onto the license plate. U.S.A.
For the 1928-9 stop light switch.
Mounts the A-13470 cast iron tail light bracket to the pick bed.
The wood block for mounting the pick up tail light bracket. Goes between the fender bracket and the pickup bed sub rail. U.S.A.
The wires with the springs & washers that go through the tail light sockets and stick out the back of the tail light 24" long. Wires are the original fabric covered with the proper color. U.S.A.
This bracket is a reproduction but
is 100% original. Even Henry Ford
couldn't tell the difference.
Powder coated black. U.S.A.
A popular accessory from the 50's and 60's for attaching the license plate. Head of bolt is a reflector. Available in 3 different colors, sold in pairs. Blue is temporarily discontinued.
This plate is used under the fender
when attaching the tail light
bracket to the fender. Prevents
fender from cracking. U.S.A.
Two retainers, and screws to hold
the license lens into the tail light. U.S.A.
Originally, this snap ring was used to
hold the lense in the tail light rim. You
first drop the rim gasket in the rim, next the lense, and then the snap ring. U.S.A.
This is an all red lense with 'STOP' molded into it in amber. Glass.
This is the later style that bolted to
the cross member of the frame.
Mainly used on the 30-1's, but some
29's may have it.
This style switch was used on
28-9's and some early 30's.
This style bolted to the transmission.