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Lowlight??

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by NonnoTony48, Nov 2, 2014.

  1. NonnoTony48

    NonnoTony48 Member

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    Hi Guys I've had my 74 for 31 years now, while reading on this forum I've often come across the word "Lowlight",
    Can someone please explain to me the Meaning, Thanks in advance.
    Cheers Tony.
     
  2. Aspro

    Aspro Well-Known Member

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    Lowlight is an early bay window. 68-72. Front indicators are down low unlike your 74.
     
  3. Marlyn

    Marlyn Well-Known Member

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    Lowlight refers to where the indicators are situated on the front panel . If the blinkers are below the head lights. Near the bumper bar it is a lowlight models from 73 onwards have the indicators higher up above headlights .
    Also early lowlights have oval tail lights with some later models " crossover models" having lowlights on the front and the rectangle tail lights
     
  4. NonnoTony48

    NonnoTony48 Member

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    Thanks Aspro and Marlyn all's clear now

    Cheers Tony.
     
  5. 77/kombi/surfer

    77/kombi/surfer Well-Known Member

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    heres a pic of 3 71 deluxe lowlights for you to see.
    cheers
     

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  6. NonnoTony48

    NonnoTony48 Member

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    Nice trio Surfer, thanks for posting.

    Cheers Tony.
     
  7. 77/kombi/surfer

    77/kombi/surfer Well-Known Member

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    yeah, no worries.
    If you want to see more lowlights and the different models and such then look at www.earlybay.com
    Youll see some pretty cool lowlights or early bays as the poms call them.
    cheers
     

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