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Sorting through some headlights I have and this ones proving to be a bugger to ID. There’s a number on the bottom of the stand that leads me to Hudson. Can’t find much info and I’ve done a bit of searching the web and posting in another forum. Any help? Looking to ID/value it so I can pass it along to someone who can use it. Thanks in advance 

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That part number corresponds with the number for the right hand headlight bracket for 1934 Hudson and Terraplane models LT, LL, K, KU, and all 1935 models.

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7 hours ago, Jon37 said:

That part number corresponds with the number for the right hand headlight bracket for 1934 Hudson and Terraplane models LT, LL, K, KU, and all 1935 models.

Thanks Jon! I appreciate you taking the time to get me that information.  I suppose I was on the right path and you dialed in on the years/models for me! Now I can actually list it to get it to someone who may use it.  

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10 hours ago, Xander Wildeisen said:

These are pictures of my old 34 Hudson. Not sure if you can zoom in on the lights.

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Thanks Xander! Look the same to me.  Yours even have the raised area on top like mine.  I had trouble finding a comparable when searching the web.

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Lastly, does anyone know a fair, rough value for a headlight in this condition? Obviously the buckets banged up but the glass appears crack free.  I couldn't find many Hudson lights that had sold previously.

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If the bucket's dented, the value may lie in the innards (reflector, socket, clips and lens).  I'm afraid the value lies in how badly someone needs this stuff!  Sales of these things are so few and far between, that no pattern of value can be seen.

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7 hours ago, Jon37 said:

If the bucket's dented, the value may lie in the innards (reflector, socket, clips and lens).  I'm afraid the value lies in how badly someone needs this stuff!  Sales of these things are so few and far between, that no pattern of value can be seen.

Thanks again Jon! Once again I appreciate your feedback. Cheers 

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