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Part # A-13466-LED | Model Year 19-31
6-Volt LED bulb that is a direct replacement for the A-13466 bulb used in dash lamps, dome lamps, cowl lamps, and the parking lamp in the headlight and tail lamps. 18 Candle Power and works in both positive and negative ground applications.
Part # A-13308-DA | Model Year 30-31
If you have converted your cowl glass lamps over to turn signals, the amber lens make them a little more noticeable. U.S.A.
Part # A-13466-ALED | Model Year 19-31
Amber LED bulb works perfectly in Model A cowl lamps when you're using them only as turn signals and want to leave the clear lens in place. 18 CP. 6-volt, works on both positive and negative ground. Direct replacement for the A-13466.
Part # A-13300-X | Model Year 30-31
This handy gadget takes the guess work out of drilling the holes in your cowl panels when installing new cowl lights. Hold the housing against the support brace inside the body and gently tap the center punch against the cowl panel. Now go outside the car and tap the detent inward. Now you have the hole location perfectly in line with the internal brace. Best to drill the cowl panel with a hole saw that has a drill bit for a pilot. U.S.A.
Part # A-13412-CO | Model Year 28-31
The wire that goes through the socket, and out the arm. Just like the original, Yellow -w- black tracer. U.S.A.
Part # A-13315-C | Model Year 30-31
Replace those dull looking reflectors with nice shiny new ones. For 1930-31's only. U.S.A.
Part # A-13315-AR | Model Year 28-29
A chrome reflector with the bulb socket installed. For the 1928-29 cowl lights.
Part # A-13316 | Model Year 30-31
To hold the lens into the rim on 1930-31's only. 1 set does both lights. U.S.A.
Part # A-13307 | Model Year 30-31
Special hollow rivet that holds the rim tab and arm mounting plate in the bucket of the cowl lamp. U.S.A.