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Jolly_John

1936-1940 BUICK NOS Brake Light Switches. Correct Screw Terminals.

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I have a number of NOS Wagner Brake Light Switches, correct for 1936-1940 BUICK. These have the correct screw terminals for the wire mounting. If you've looked, you know this screw-mount style is hard to find these days. A lot of guys wind up changing the connectors on their wiring harness to accommodate switch they can buy today. With the NOS brake light switches I'm selling you won't ever have to do that.

 

I have a number of these NOS Wagner switches available. So, feel free to buy a few spares. Not all are in boxes, but ALL are guaranteed to be NOS. The price is just $10 each, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John

 

1936, 1937, 1938,1939, 1940

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I'll take one for my spares box. Shipment to 97048, no rush. How do you want to get paid? Bob H

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Hi John

I would like to buy two. What would shipping be to 91356?

thx

Steve

 

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John, I'll take one, too, for my 39 Roadmaster.  I'll pm you. Thanks,  Bob

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Thanks for checking in, guys. I'll reply to each of you  via PM. I'm away from home at the moment, but you'll hear from me shortly. Thanks, again. John

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I don't want to rain on anyone's parade but wasn't there a problem using silicon based brake fluid and it screwing up the old switches?

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Thanks for your post, 1937McBuick, which I'm sure you meant to be helpful in some way. Anyone who has been in the old car hobby for awhile likely knows what you mentioned about silicone brake fluid. It's been covered on most of the old car boards and in many hobby publications...literally for years. Not every old car owner converts their brake system to silicone fluid. I'm assuming that's the case with the guys who are purchasing these NOS brake light switches I've offered. John

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