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FS: early small odd-looking Hella light

With 13 cm in diameter (a bit over 5 inches), here's a small odd-looking Hella light.
Very good condition all over as pictured.
Asking 55 Euro + shipping
Paypal accepted.
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I've never see this type of light, is this Original for 356?
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I've never seen this light before, but I'm guessing it could really work on a 356.
If not a factory original, an "outlaw" version.
The light is so cool!
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Here are some more pictures of the light from different angles:




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Given the special form of bracket, I wonder where and how you can mount it on a 356.
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On the roof of course.
It'll be a little tougher on a Roadster/Cab, but with the right amount of effort and a large drill you'll git 'er done.
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on the roof of course.
It'll be a little tougher on a roadster/cab, but with the right amount of effort and a large drill you'll git 'er done.
lol........
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