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Help ID Cowl Light and Arm

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Hello,

Trying to get an ID on this cowl light and the arm.

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After wandering the fields of Hershey for four days, I found many buckets that were very close but no perfect matches. Notice that this bucket has a notched sort of dimple on the inside and the outside for the conduit nuts. You can not see it in these pictures but the hole that the arm passes through on the bucket is a half-moon so as to prevent it from spinning. Many of the ones I saw on the fields had either a notch somewhere on the bucket or a little bump, this one does not.

Would be happy to hear from anyone who may be able to identify where it came from or better yet, where I could find more.

Thanks

-Tim

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Bump to the top. Still trying to gather more info about this cowl light.

-Tim

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Bump to the top. I would really like to get an idea of what kind of car this cowl light goes to. No one knows?

Thanks

-Tim

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If you have searched pretty good, and nobody can ID it, could it be add-on aftermarket?

I recalled a similar cowl light on a recent "what is the car" thread, and the car was a 29 Plymouth that never had cowl lights as factory built. That car was nearly new and has a bolt-on light that was never meant to go onto a cowl band, like most did.

hopefully this pic will enlarge.

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