The Parking/Turn Signal, Socket Assembly, replaces corroded or broken parts inside the "Parking/Turn Signal Chrome Assembly!
The Assembly has Dual Filament Bulb socket that has even tabs on the base, after the two hot wires are connected, be sure the "Running Light" is the Dim Filament and the "Turn Signal Light" is the Bright Filament. If it is reversed, simply remove the bulb, turn it 180 degrees, and reinstall the Bulb. Failing to make the Dim Filament the "Running Light" will cause the Bright Filament to melt the Amber Lens.
Parking Light / Turn Signal, Complete Assembly. This Style Parking/Turn Signal Assembly was used by many Kit Car Companies on numerous Replica Cars including; Daytona MiGi and The Moya by Daytona Automotive Fiberglass, Inc., The MG-TD and 1929 Mercedes SSK by Fiberfab, Inc., Verona Roadster by Apollo Motor Company's Classic, The Lance and The Seneca by Motorcar Classics Inc., The Bernardi and The Bearcat S by Blakely Auto Works, The 540-K Mercedes by Thoroughbred Cars, Inc., The Duchess, The Duke, and The Baron SSK by Classic Roadsters, Ltd., The Model 52 by British Coach Works, The Gazelle, Bugatti, and The Classic TD by Classic Motor Carriages, The LBC Bugatti by Lafayette Bay Co., The Piper Bugatti by Motorcar Classics, The eMGe by Design Classics, The Hathaway and The Hunter by Vintage Motor Works, The Jaguar SS 100 by Antique & Classic Automotive, Inc., The Lynx by Klassic Kars, The Super Seven by DSK Cars, Inc., The TF 1800 by Victor Antique Auto andGreat Lakes Motor Cars Corp., The Tiger by Gerard Coach, The Creighton by B.S.C. Corporation, The Esquire by Liberty Classics, The Madison by BM Enterprises, The MG-TC by Gundaker Fabrication, The Splinter by Splinter Auto Works, Inc., and many other Replica Kit Cars.