120 Assorted 12 Volt Light Bulbs 1960- 70's Gm Muscle Cars Camaro Nova Cutlass on 2040-parts.com
Duluth, Minnesota, United States
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120 assorted 12 volt light bulbs 1960- 70's GM Muscle cars Camaro Nova Cutlass
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120 12 volt Light Bulbs
Perfect for the Do-it-Yourselfer or repair shop.
Interior and exterior bulbs included.
Quantity -Part# (commonly used)
10-#89 (courtesy, license plate)
10-#93 (under hood single post)
10-#1156 (back up)
20-#1157 (tail/turn signal clear)
10-#1157NA (front turn signal amber)
10-#1891 (glove box)
10-#1895 (brake warning/ hi-beam)
This handy bulb kit is factory-fresh stock!!
each bulb is protected in a cardboard box
with the number clearly printed
This bulb kit is the most popular assortment of bulbs is recommended for the following:
This kit is designed to replace the exterior and interior small bulbs in your car.
GM 1960's and 1970's muscle cars.
Nova Chevy II 1964-1974
Olds Cutlass F-85
This is a common assortment that may include bulbs not used on you car.
The bulbs come from world-wide suppliers.
For all applications, the most popular bulbs are supplied.
The manufacturer of the bulbs may vary.
This is for 12 volt systems, look at our other listings for 6 volt kits.
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Jacksons Auto Parts & MW Inc.
6220 Grand Ave
Duluth, MN 55807
M-F 8:30am to 5:00pm
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