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Old 01-01-2018, 10:54 PM
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got this one in a trade from Ron for a light on a car that Russ now owns. those 6 volts and not easy to come by and it's a fairly nice light. set it up on the car and it's rather large and right now we need to set it back a bit to level it out. from the pattern on top of the car it looks like it had a 4 hole federal up there.

but a bird in the hand so to say. this one was in grate shape when I got it some 5 years ago. set it up on the attic and never looked at it till I started on the car. the front housing has split as they do. so we are going to see about getting it repaired and re-plated you get one of these things apart and there is really not much working stuff in there.
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Those were very common on American LaFrance 700 Series open cab fire trucks. Mounted on top of the windshield, put out a surprising amount of light to the front.
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