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Old 06-03-2013, 09:25 AM
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Dinger , everybodys still asleep form having much fun last weekend!

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Old 06-03-2013, 11:30 PM
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I know it isn't 24 hours without anyone asking a question or what ever but I found these lenses in my junk, anyone know what they are?

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Old 06-04-2013, 08:21 AM
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There either gonna be turn signal or back up lens off of something.

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Thanks, I thought they were condiment bowls.


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Looks like a 47-48 chevy parking light.
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Are these glass or plastic
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Light covers for a portapot. battery operated, activated by pressure on the seat. no more lighting matches, no more explosions.
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Light covers for a portapot. battery operated, activated by pressure on the seat. no more lighting matches, no more explosions.
Can't be. Won't work. Nobody puts pressure on a porta-potty seat.

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Can't be. Won't work. Nobody puts pressure on a porta-potty seat.

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Are these glass or plastic
They are plastic. I was going to toss them out but I hate to do that if someone out there could use them. That would really suck if they didn't reproduce them and the poor guy needs them and I tossing them in the garbage.

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They look a bit like frt parking-light lenses for the "square body" GM pickups.....
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that's what I first thought.but no screw holes. could be early 80s Malibu /elcamino /monte carlo .same lense

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Trailer clearance lamp covers?
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