The early ones (69 and older I believe) are all-red. I, frankly, don't care
for the look of the multi-color ones!
- Tony W -
>>> Hans Duinhoven <H.Duinhoven@Simac.nl> 12/2/99 2:12:23 AM >>>
Why are the USA spec. MGB's with the red portion of the tail light on top
and the indicator (orange) in the middle?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Hunt [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: donderdag 2 december 1999 09:22
> To: RobMGB@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: how come
> > How come the brake and tail lights share an area and color while the
> > signal is much bigger and brighter.
> Why not? I suppose it may stem from the fact that tail lights were the
> first used, then a brake light was fitted in the same housing hence they
> shared the same (red, in the UK) lens. When illuminated indicators/turn
> signals first appeared they were of the semaphore type with orange lenses,
> so when flashing indicators came along they were fitted in the same
> as the brake and tail lights but kept the same colour lens. Just a WAG.
> > How come my British car shop left my tail lights disconnected 2 yrs ago
> > they paited my car and this month wired the break and flashers backwards
> > I took it back to repair minor ding. Isn't that what you would expect
> > Macco?
> Who or what is a 'Macco'? Don't sound like much cop to me.