In the 1950s, the license plate bracket on many vintage trailers included a light that shined down on the plate and had either a stamped metal cap or red glass lens. These caps or lenses are often rusted or broken. This red plastic lens reproduction will fit either version. They look beautiful when lit.
This lens is sometimes called the Bargman No.4, or Bargman 721-2. The cast metal light body, itself, usually says Bargman 721-1, 723, 821 or 823. Bargman numbers can be confusing.
The light was used on Airstreams from 1952-1958 (and some 1959s). It was also used on New Moon trailers and Pacemaker trailers in the early and mid 1950s and Shastas in the early 1960s. We're interested in hearing about the years they were used on other trailers.
Our quality injection moulded acrylic red lens comes with a gray silicone gasket and two proper slotted stainless steel screws. The bulb socket and bulb are available separately. The cylindrical clear glass lens and cast light assembly are not available.
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