Hi all!


I'm still working on my trailer and need to find the tail light and side light covers for my '65 Santa Fe.  I've got the originals but the TL covers are cracked, and I'm told the side light covers are supposed to be yellow.....anyone know this for sure?  Mine are clear colored so I'm assuming the color has faded out or maybe they've always been clear colored.....don't know.  Are there any places I could look for these items and not spend a lot on them?

Thanks for any help.


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Try places like Vinatage Trailer Supply LINK

Many folks get better pricing off e-bay, but it does take a lot more pecking around.


Also, Type Santa Fe into the SEARCH BOX top of our home page and there are about 20 photos of various other members Santa Fes, like Sheila's which shows the orange side marker lights, for example. Hope this helps. Send them and email with questions of those your like or are interested in, perhaps.

Thanks Pat!  I've already checked out VTS, think the prices are reasonable and plan to buy a set. Helen
Hi Monica!  Right now I've stopped all work on my trailer because I'm having trouble getting my title transferred to my name.  They're not accepting a California title so I'm not sure what to do next.  But anyway, yes, I think VTS is pretty reasonable and I'm planning on replacing my light covers through them .....after I get my paperwork sorted out.  Thanks for your response. Helen
Unfortunately I have to be the previous owner to do that but thanks for the thought.  helen




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