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    NOS Marchal Amplilux

    I purchased these lights from Gene Shemeister's company, Apogee Enterprises, of Sheboygan, Wisconsin in 1975. They are unused, in their original boxes and each are fitted with the proper Hella H1 and H3 bulbs. Included are the Marchal instructions, a Marchal 514 relay with its instructions, three spare relay fuses and one each, spare H1 and H3 bulb. They have been stored in a dry since new and the reflectors and housings are without flaw. $1150 including shipping to the
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    Be still, my beating heart. Very, very nice. These are super cool and provide great lighting but they are in the shadow of the Cibie Bi-Iodes. Which makes them a great buy! Buy these and I will mount them in proper restored Hella SB19 housings and Hella logo lenses.

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    Thanks, John. Did you know of Gene and his company? A very personable fellow and somewhat of an early US pioneer in the realm of Euro lighting.
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    Supposing these to be plug & play with the SB19 housings mentioned above.
    Last edited by Cliff; 07-09-2023 at 11:23 AM.
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    I’ll buy these if, available.
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    The boxes says 612-82913 and the sticker on the lights 612-82903. What's the difference?

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    These are sold. Thanks....Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by enoz05 View Post
    The boxes says 612-82913 and the sticker on the lights 612-82903. What's the difference?
    Interesting question, and though I do not know the reason for the difference, I did peruse the internet and found several examples of the same numbering; 913 on the box, 903 on the lights. Perhaps John A. can illuminate us.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by enoz05 View Post
    The boxes says 612-82913 and the sticker on the lights 612-82903. What's the difference?
    It’s hard to tell in the photos by SWBS. They might be RHD. search here to get the link below.


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    I was thinking rhd, but further investigation show LHD. cliff
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    Those are LHD....
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