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Spotlight 1917 Kaufmann Silver Beam Spotlight Model T Brass Light Turn Of The Ce on 2040-parts.com

US $254.99
Location:

Bonduel, Wisconsin, United States

Bonduel, Wisconsin, United States
good used condition, un cleaned unrestored light, no bulb. headlight ring has a fix early in its life, shown in pictures below.
Surface Finish:brass

Up for auction is a set of 2 front headlamps. These are Hudson Super Six Spreadlight head lights. they are 9" from 1923-1927. The glass is in great shape, no cracks, chips or flaws. Brass rings show normal wear and patine. No dents, steal light shells are in good shape with normal aging with no rust through. These lights are from the John Brown Lamp Co.

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