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Old 03-21-2008, 06:09 AM   #1
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What vehicle are the Alpine taillights originally from? I know the headlights are from BMW.
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What vehicle are the Alpine taillights originally from? I know the headlights are from BMW.
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Old 03-21-2008, 08:46 AM   #3
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Hello Tom:

The Tail Lights are off of a Ford Van, I do not know what year but I have seen them on the vans as they drive by.
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I just did a search on Autotrader and found the taillights are from 1994 Ford Econoline Van. The 1995 models didn't have yellow blinkers.
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My neighbor across the street has a 2007 Allegro motorhome and it has the same taillight that's on my Alpine. This '92-'94 model of light must be vary easy to design into motorhomes.

It is too bad the 1995 and new models of the Econoline taillights were not used on our coaches because you can get all sorts of LED replacements for them.
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