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    WTB: Solid LWB Taillight Housing Cores

    Early or late, U.S. or Euro. No bad pitting or corrosion and bulb terminals must be intact.

    Thanks,
    John
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    John, I have a left rear housing but when I get back from work tonight I'll dig it out of my parts bin and send you some pics.
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    Thanks, Tim. I have a pressing need for a left one.

    Cheers,
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    Here’s one pic but I’ll open up the back and send another pic of the inside when I get home tonight
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    The housing has a crack that holds the (I believe brake) bulb contacts in place. I'm not sure if this one is something that you use.

    PM me if your interested.

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    Can't use it Tim,, sorry. Thanks for the reply though.

    Still looking everyone....
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    I have a couple, John. I’ll send you an email with pictures today.
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