Help identifying this light.

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360gts
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Help identifying this light.

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These are the only pictures I have.. Unfortunately, they are rather poor quality. Hoping someone can help in identifying the manufacturer/brand
Was used on the rear for a number plate.
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Any clue as to what type of light it is?
Is it a spot light, a side marker or….?
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GraemeC wrote: Mon Jan 10, 2022 10:45 pm Any clue as to what type of light it is?
Is it a spot light, a side marker or….?
Hi Graeme, just updated my post. Thanks
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German Made hella Nubmerplate light. There were two mounted on each end of the Numberplate
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no Hella, it is Lucas.....
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Almodgreen is right!

I remember those lights on a German Market Cooper S i worked on last year
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:roll: MGB ? And used on the Spanish Authi.

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I think you are wrong Kees.
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You are right Andreas, it's not MG.
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It looks like this from a Mk1 Morris 1100, but attached to another piece of chrome mounting. The lamp part has the Lucas number L707, very similar in look to the L705 as fitted to E-Type Jags.

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/264883873428 ... SwHXxfdiLc



I found these images on a Spanish web site

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