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Lights - Exterior
License Plate Light Bracket - Larger
Streamline design. It was used by Airstream starting in 1969 and used on and off right up until today. Some other brands, like Yellowstone, started using this style in the early 1960s. It is very similar to the Yankee 331/332.
Hole spacing is 4-7/8" between two screw holes. Please note that the photograph shows the white bracket installed backwards in the assembly. The slots for the license plate fasteners should be offset from the trailer body.
Uses a #67 bulb (included).
This license plate assembly is slightly larger than the version we sell for 1968 and earlier trailers.
Chromed Light portion is 6 inches long, 2 inches wide (at widest point) and sticks out 2 inches from bracket. License bracket is 10.75 inches long. <br>
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is the only version available that looks like the original Yankee 331/332. One of the problems with the original and with this replacement is rust. We recommend spraying the chrome (and any other chrome on your trailer) with a clear lacquer (from the hardware store) before installing it. That will protect it from the salt and prolong its life.
1960s License Plate Light
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