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USED British Prefocus (BPF) 12-Volt 48-Watt 685 AMBER SPOT Light Bulb (

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USED "W orking" 12-Volt / 48-Watt British Prefocus (BPF) Amber SPOT Lamp Incandescent Bulb. The price listed is for 1 Used Amber bulb. Bulb is Single-Filament/Single-Contact AMBER Glass Incandescent Type. This Bulb type has many " Amber Spot Light" applicatons such as fiting the following Vintage Lucas LR Lights: SLR462, WLR462 SLR4, WLR4 SLR576, WLR576 SLR5 (Ranger), WLR5 (Ranger) SLR700S, WLR700S Notes:  SFT = Spigot Flat Throw ,  WFT = Wing Flat Throw The # after the Prefix = Size in Inches, with a decimal point understood. The Amber listed Bulb is Only for "SPOT" Light use.  Not for "FOG" Lights. The Bulb filament is Vertical (axial) to the Bulb Base top.   A Fog Bulb filament would be Horizonal (transverse) to the Bulb Base top. Courtesy Optional BPF Info: 6-Volt / 36-Watt Clear "Fog" Bulb              #160 (or) #173 6-Volt / 36-Watt Amber "Fog" Bulb            #660 6-Volt / 36-Watt Clear "Spot" Bulb             #172 6-Volt / 36-Watt Amber "Spot" Bulb           #659 6-Volt / 55-Watt Clear "Fog/Spot" Bulb      #454  (Halogen) 12-Volt / 38-Watt Clear "Fog" Bulb              #325  (Sometimes Headlight use) 12-Volt / 48-Watt Clear "Fog" Bulb              #323 (or)  LLB323 12-Volt / 48-Watt Clear "Spot" Bulb             #P185H  (Halogen) 12-Volt / 48-Watt Amber "Fog" Bulb        #323Y, LLB323Y (or) #600 12-Volt / 48-Watt Clear "Spot" Bulb             #185 12-Volt / 48-Watt Amber "Spot" Bulb       #685 12-Volt / 55-Watt Clear "Fog" Bulb               #450  (Halogen) Who invented the Incandescent Light Bulb? Many people contributed to the invention.  British scientist Humphrey Davy was able to produce the world's first true artificial electric light in 1802. British inventor Joseph Swan in 1879 patented the first successful long term electric bulb.  A year later, it is generally known that American Thomas Edison first made it practical. Shipping Weight:  3 ounces (85.1g)

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USED British Prefocus (BPF) 12-Volt 48-Watt 685 AMBER SPOT Light Bulb ( 1 )
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