mach 1 taillights?

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  1. ratio411

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    Like these...
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    hey 411 what kinda tailights are those???
     
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    Merc Bobcat taillights ( pinto twin)
     
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    rayzorsharp I "AM" a Maverick!

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    Not quite...those are C-word tail lights. :cry:
     
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    that aint bobcat lights, someone said on here that they were gm
     
  6. rayzorsharp

    rayzorsharp I "AM" a Maverick!

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    That's what I just said (post 34) :)
     
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    Ok maybe I ddin't look close enough, darn good thing I am not a programmer, I stand
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    Impala or Caprice or Chevelle, maybe???
     
  9. rayzorsharp

    rayzorsharp I "AM" a Maverick!

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    To those of you who sell things, how much would you ask (of a poor man) for bobcat or caprice tail lights, or anything wide and simple, with a chrome or aluminium bezel (siver)? I've looked on ebay for stuff i need but $180 for tail lights and $200 for steering wheel? If I put that much money in my car I'll have to live in the trunk of it.
     
  11. Jamie Miles

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    I gave like 60 bucks for the '67 Caprice lights on my car. The chrome is in excellent shape on them, one of the lenses has a crack in it, but you have to really be looking to see it.
     
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    I can't find the pic, but I used to have one of a Mav I spotted at a car show with 70 Plymouth Duster taillights. It was done really well and looked great

    like these:

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    There's alot of cool Mopar taillights out there that might look good on Maverick/Comets


    How about Roadrunner?.....



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    Or 70 'Cuda......


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    I wonder how these would look mounted sideways...

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    I came across a '65 Buick Riviera in Pull-A-Part one day, and ever since then have been thinking about those lights sunk into the tail panel of a Maverick.

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    The ones on the car at Pull-A-Part were too rough mess with, but if I ever come across a nice set, I'll definitely scoop them up to play with.
     
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    You guys probably won't believe this but during Cruising The Coast this year I saw a 65 Mustang Fastback...with MAVERICK TAIL LIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The traffic was so bad I couldn't get close enough to it to get a pic. That would have been a classic pic for this board! :cool:
     

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