Slough Traction Grille and Lucas Lamps
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    Default Slough Traction Grille and Lucas Lamps

    G'day,

    Chrome grille (Light 15) and large 10 inch Lucas lamps for Traction Avant. Complete. In excellent condition throughout. No 'sandblasting', rust etc. Chrome is excellent - especially with a polish. Perfect alternative to re-chroming. Magnificent Lamps (imagine a basketball in size) have near perfect lenses and reflectors. Deep convex lenses. Grille is entirely straight. No dents, mis-shapen bits whatever and again chrome is excellent. Chevrons on the inside. These came fitted to my 11BL but I am changing back to French equivalents. $700 the lot or would consider separating - shame though cos they are from the same car and look perfect together! The lights are oversize for light 15 also suit BIG Traction. Email if you want pics I guess I could take some...but just imagine near perfect, very shiny grille and lights!

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    I'd love to get a traction grill to hang on the gate... the more beaten up it is the better
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    I'd love to get a traction grill to hang on the gate... the more beaten up it is the better
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    Default Attention Traction owners / Restorers

    Look at this great stuff! It's in really lovely nic. Should I put on ebay?

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    The best place to sell Traction parts is in the COCCA magazine, Front Drive

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    Yes...good thought.

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    Hi Middlemoon,
    I might be interested in the grill. However if the lights are not original size then perhaps they are of less interest even if they are good.

    I think its a bit poor however to try and sell them without some photos. I doubt if you will get ebayers to bid on a description of ""Email if you want pics I guess I could take some...but just imagine near perfect, very shiny grille and lights!

    Jaahn

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