Scott Drake Back Up Light Kit Deluxe 1967-1968

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Product Description

Scott Drake Deluxe Back Up Light Kit for all 1967-1968 Mustangs.

Replacing the rear valance and need some new back up lights to finish it off? This deluxe back up light kit from Scott Drake is a proven show room favorite!

This large, deluxe kit includes back up light bodies, body gaskets, lenses, lens gaskets, bulbs and installation hardware.

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Mustang Applications

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Product Reviews

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Product OK, packaging terrible
The backup light kit worked well. The foam lens gasket had to be cut and modified to fit. The biggest problem I had was the stupid shrink wrap packaging. It took incredible tenacity to cut the parts out and pull them off the plastic wrap without damage. The worst was the housing gasket seals. It was near impossible the remove without damage and the plastic residue stuck to the seal.
Garry October 26, 2014
Great Kit!
As with my experience with all Scott Drake products, components are top notch. Complete kit, even includes the bulbs! Care must be used, however, separating the parts from the shrink wrap, especially the gaskets.
Chuck September 12, 2014
Gaskets wouldn't fit without mods
The heat-shrink material which bonds the pieces to the cardboard during packaging, melted itself to the rubber gaskets making it next to impossible to remove it from the gasket. It took considerable effort to strip the packaging material from the gaskets and resulted in damaging the gasket; but I was able to salvage them. When trying to install the gasket to the light assembly, I found that it was much too large and had to modify the gasket to make it work. I cut a 3/8" piece out of the (top) of the gasket so that it would conform to the shape/size of the light assembly.
Harold Buzzell September 7, 2014
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