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TRILIN Tail Lamp

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I still have not installed the TRILIN tail lamp on my 1930 Rolls Springfield Phantom 1 by Brewster. This lamp has a novel method to connect the wires to the back of the lamp.

It uses a "push & twist" socket much like the bayonet type used for automotive bulbs, but larger. So far, thanks to Linus Tremaine, and Leland Powells of the LOC, I have the lamp, 

the license plate bracket, and the "male" part of the "push & twist" connector. But I still need the "female" part of that connector. I believe this part "locks" onto the lamp, and is held in place by the lamp stanchion and/or the license plate bracket to make a pressure electrical connection. I hope someone can help!!





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