Haven't been here for a while and looking for some parts


I was a member sometime back when the format was different. I reproduce the door pull courtesy light lenses used in the '63 coupes. I sold a few to members back then and received a few requests for the rear lenses. I would like to start doing those now but need to get a pair of the lamp housings they fit into. If it is alright I would offer them for sale here. I try to sell them at a price that works for both me and the buyer. I am not trying to get rich, just make a few bucks and provide a nice finishing touch if someone is looking for it.

If any one has a set of housings, I am interested. They do not need to have good chrome as I just use them for fitting the lenses so a pitted pair would work just fine. It is also possible the the rears are interchangeable, unlike the fronts. If this is in fact the case I would only need one side.

Thanks, Ian

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Comment by Ian Osborne on March 30, 2013 at 10:05pm


I appreciate the offer but I already arranged to get one from Jason.


Comment by Russ Austin on March 30, 2013 at 7:05pm

Im always into getting more new parts for the 63/64 cadillacs.  If you pay shipping, I'll send you one for free.  It willl be a pitted, but servicable light assembky.

email me at  russ85747@hotmail.com 

Comment by Jason Edge on March 30, 2013 at 2:53pm

For the 1963/1964 62/63 series rear courtesy light fixtures, I have probably 2 dozen + sets (over 48 fixtures) from the 39 parts cars, and can sell  you an old pitted one without a light bulb as a template for $5 and can ship 2 to 3 day priority mail in USA for $6 for a total of $11.

If you want my very best rear courtesy light fixtures I sell for $20 each in nice condition with minimum pitting. This would be the creme of the crop and if  you wanted more than one VG+ I would give you a price break. If interested email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com.

Just for reference USA Parts sells the lenses for $29 per pair (white replacement or original color) and OPGI sales them for $32.99 per pair.


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