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    Posted 5 years ago

    baliles
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    Can someone tell me what these miniature signals were used for? Or what type of power source they had?

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    1. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 5 years ago
      I believe these were for automotive use like a license plate topper. This would 6 or 12 volt depending on the bulbs used.
    2. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 5 years ago
      There is one of these on evil bay right now.
    3. baliles baliles, 5 years ago
      yea I saw it on ebay, but it still didn't quite understand what it was used for. Thanks though
    4. AzTom AzTom, 5 years ago
      That is too cool! Been around cars all my life and saw one of those.
    5. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 5 years ago
      Did you read the listing and look at the photos and read what is written on the box? Its exact description for use is there. Looks solved to me.
    6. baliles baliles, 5 years ago
      Thank you Rustfarm, I don't recall ever having seen one before. I did go back to ebay and looked more closely at the photos of the packaging, which in haste, on my iphone, I had not done previously.
    7. baliles baliles, 5 years ago
      I bought it for $3.00 on at an auction. Granted it doesn't have all the packaging, but if they are rare enough that the ebay seller gets their asking price, I suppose I got a unique piece of automobile history for a pretty good price.
    8. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 5 years ago
      Do you have an uber cool car to put this on? If not. You might want to treat yourself!
    9. baliles baliles, 5 years ago
      No but perhaps I should get one! LOL
    10. baliles baliles, 5 years ago
      Oh you restore old motorcycles! Awesome! I ride them....well maybe not antique ones....but I'm still hopeful that my uncle wills me his old 60's Duo Glide (62 maybe?) with the giant white buddy seat. Hey maybe I'll put this signal on my Street Glide = )
    11. Rustfarm Rustfarm, 5 years ago
      Mmmmmmm, Duo Glide, yummmmmy! I also know where there is 1962 Duo, just wastin away in a barn. Owner says he's gonna fix it up some day!

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