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1955 Ford & Thunderbird New Tail Light, Lite, Taillight Lenses With Trim Rings on

US $39.99

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Other Part Number:B5A 13444-A Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:B5A 13444-A Surface Finish:See pictures

This is a pair of NEW tail light lenses with chrome trim rings which were used on all 1955 Thunderbirds and all 1955 Ford passenger cars in the factory boxes.  All 1955 Ford tail lite lenses had the chrome trim ring attached from the factory.  The chrome trim rings often have discoloration in the chrome or are missing all together.  These lenses were never installed and both of the chrome trim rings are as nice as the day they left the factory.  The backside of each lens has "B5A 13444-A" raised in the plastic.  Perfect for replacing missing or damaged lenses or ones which have defective or missing chrome trim rings. See my eBay Store for hundreds of other Ford, Thunderbird, Lincoln and Mercury parts.  Payment is expected within 10 days of the close of the auction. We charge actual shipping only and are always glad to combine shipping on several auctions or you would be welcome to pick them up.  Thanks!

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