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Old 04-29-2012, 07:51 AM
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taillight question for 66-67 Chevrolet Nova owners

I am working on a custom pickup project, and thinking of using 66-67 nova taillights. I have two questions can you remove the lens to change the bulb ? and how do they mount to the body? Your help is greatly apperciated!!

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bump com on nova guys please help!!
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hi, i'll answer your questions about the tail lights as i have a 66 nova. yes the bulbs can be changed by taking off the lens. they are designed to remove the bulbs from the rear as they have push on bulb sockets that plug into the rear of the tail light housing. there are studs mounted on the rear to mount them onto the body. they now have led bulbs for them now which makes them real brite. i hope this helps.[IMG][/IMG]
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