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Old 09-23-2015, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul Steinberg View Post
If it used a flasher and a red lens in front of the bulb, then the clear fog light is correct. Most of the lights of that vintage used the red lens in front of the bulb. The civilian siren lights were usually chrome, and the military units were painted olive drab. I'll bet that if you were to scratch the paint off of it, at the bottom layer, it will be olive drab.
As Paul and others have said... it's most likely a military issue. I bought (2) N.O.S. 24-V Versions still in causmoline <without> the front light 15+ years ago from John Dorgan and sold them them later to a fellow ATHS Member that specialized in WW-II Military Vehicles. As I recall those had a "W" as the 1st letter in the model designator? MM
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