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Re: Some lighting ideas from the past.

1968-only Mopar side marker lights. They were like little bulls-eyes. All Mopars except for the Chryslers used them (Chrysler used square versions). They were kind of a popular custom touch for the older car crowd.

Those fender peak turn signal reminder lights were cool, again circa 1968 but probably ran a bunch of years either way. That is where GM installed the U46 light monitoring on the front fenders 67-70.

Don't be too hard on yourself for adding them all those years ago. These cars rarely stayed stock long when owned by enthusiasts. I remember seeing a 1-owner Aztec Bronze '66 SS396 convertible with original paint that had those very markers added, and hood pins too! Later that car went through one of the auction houses.

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