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01-30-2004 04:30 PM
59Spitfire I know this is an old thread, but try if you're still looking.taillightking
03-25-2003 04:21 PM
WoodsEdge Thanks Willys, I've found the clear and red at a lot of places but not amber. Charlotte Auto Fair is coming up the first week in April maybe I can find them there. I'll let you know.
Jack
03-25-2003 06:05 AM
willys36@aol.com Well, I found the Yearwood site but they don't carry Caddy lights!! They let me down. I see these things all over the vendors tables at the Street Rod Nationals. If you can wait 'til May, I can get you a good lead. The two outfits below carry the lights, complete sets or lenses only, MUCH cheaper than Mooneyes. However, they only list red and clear lenses. You could use clear lense and an amber bulb. I'll keep looking. I know other people carry these things.

<a href="http://www.classiccarautoparts.com/cad_tlights.html" target="_blank">http://www.classiccarautoparts.com/cad_tlights.html</a>

<a href="http://www.midstateclassic.com/cadillac.htm" target="_blank">http://www.midstateclassic.com/cadillac.htm</a>

[ March 25, 2003: Message edited by: willys36@aol.com ]</p>
03-25-2003 05:43 AM
WoodsEdge Thanks, if you want to find something just ask here. Willys, couldn't find them on Yearwood, and you're right about Mooneyes price. They sell assembly for $34 and I only need the lens. I'll keep checking now that I know they are still made. If I can't find just the lens cheaper I'll have to decide if I want to spend $64 for parking light lens.
Thanks again, Jack
03-24-2003 08:43 AM
willys36@aol.com I think Yearwood as them too and a little cheaper than Mooneyes.
03-24-2003 07:45 AM
Stinkin_V8 Like this?



<a href="http://mooneyes.com/01NEW.html" target="_blank">Moon Eyes</a> has 'em.

I've seen them somewhere else, just can't remember at the moment.

[ March 24, 2003: Message edited by: Stinkin_V8 ]</p>
03-24-2003 06:32 AM
WoodsEdge
Amber '59 Caddy tail light lens

Does anyone know of a source? I remember seeing them years ago, used as parking/turn signal lights.
Thanks, Jack

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