Q: Can this spotlight be converted to an LED lamp?
A: Yes. We do not offer the light with the LED lamp already installed, but the U-8547 LED lamp can be added to this light the same as any halogen replacement lamp.
A: There has been a recent increase in demand for an LED version of this light. As such we have added the option to order the 6" Vintage Spotlight with the U-8547 LED Lamp already installed.
Q: is this model available in black finish instead of chrome? also what shaft length/mount kit would be needed for a 1950 ford coupe?
A: This light is chrome plated brass. It is not available in black. For a black spotlight you would need to go with our current model spotlight with black ABS housing.
The shaft length for a 1950 Ford Coupe would be "A". For the current model black spotlight part would be 330A-0002.
If this is a new installation, you will also need a mounting kit. For a closed you would need 27 installation kit for driver side or 27RH installation kit for passenger side.
For convertible you would need 29 installation kit for driver side or 29RH installation kit for passenger side.
Q: Where can l get a S6 model number bulb only and new clips to hold bulb in ?
A: 12 volt lamp for S6 spotlight is U-4435.
6 volt lamp is U-4535
Replacement springs are U-6598
Q: about how long are the production lead times for the vintage products? Ballpark answer is fine. Thanks,
A: Ball park right now would be about 4 weeks. We do have our annual factory shutdown coming up 7/27/15-8/9/15 that may impact production times.
Q: I need to replace the beehive white piece on the handle. Do you sell just that item?
A: Yes we do. U-6450
Q: I cannot seem to use you vehicle look up. Can you advise of a spot light for 1964 FORD F250 ?
A: 1964 Ford F250 would use a spotlight with a P length shaft and a 153 installation kit for driver side or 153RH kit for passenger side.
Q: need the control on/off switch.Is it available?
A: It sounds like you are looking for either U-6002-A1 Cap & Toggle or 6453-0001 Switch & wire.
Q: 1963 CHEV C-10 LH/RH BRACKET PART NUMBERS AND MY COST?
A: For this part you will need a V length shaft. For driver side mount a 31 installation kit and for passenger side a 31RH.
Q: Can you make the S-1 vintage series spotlight Teardrop style for a 1940 Buick in 12 volt. I think they were longer than the vintage you sell?
A: S1 spotlights are no longer available. The only older spotlights we have are this model S6 and the 5" version of this H-1. All other spotlights are current models.
Q: I want to purchase an ivory handle for a vintage 225 spotlight. Please advise price and and availibiliy ? Thanking you;.
A: Full handle assembly:
Just the grip:
Q: We are restoring an old Fire Engine and would like to replace the search lights which are missing. We have some photos to try and match the replacement lights with new or vintage search lights. We need your help with the mounts to the pillars. The Fire Truck is a 1973 American LaFrance Ladder truck. How do I get pictures to you to help identify the right parts?
Bill Elliott 661 400 0658
A: Pictures can be sent to us using the Contact Us section of the website, found on the top navigation bar or by going here: https://unityusa.3dcartstores.com/crm.asp?action=contactus
Use the "Select Files" feature. To locate the pictures on your computer and attach them to your message.
Q: As you do not doe S1 anymore, Could I install a S6 on my 1939 Olds? Would you have the mounting bracket (98) available?
A: A S6 spotlight can be mounted on a 1939 Oldsmobile. Spotlight should have an A length shaft. We have 98 installation kit available. It was used for 1939 Oldmobile Model 70-80. If you have a different model, a different installation kit may be needed.
Q: what is the price on the model S6?
A: That would depend on the options you need/ want for your car. Options can be selected on this product listing. Once all options have been chosen, the listing generates the price. If you need help determining what options would be correct for your vehicle, we would just need the make, model, and year of the vehicle to help direct you to what would have been used.
Q: I purchased A model 325v from A truck shop just realized I need A mounting kit And can't find the model .The truck is A 1958 mo. R190 International road tractor with std Cab I want to mt. on the left or driver side post . what kit do I need?
A: 325V spotlight is not recommended for a 1958 International R Model. 325V has a V length shaft, our engineers recommend a A length shaft which would be a 325A. Installation kit to mount the light would be 66 for driver side or 66RH for passenger side.
Q: is this the correct light for 1953 chevy 210 door mount?
A: The way to find out the correct part numbers for your vehicle is to search for your vehicle in our database. From our home page, select SEARCHES in the horizontal navigation bar.
Application Search –
1. Enter the YEAR of the vehicle that you are interested in.
2. Enter the MAKE of the vehicle that you are interested in.
3. Enter the MODEL of the vehicle that you are interested in
4. Click the SUBMIT button and the available spotlight application information will display below.
5. To view a product, click on the part number and it will take you to the detail page
Q: Hi. I have a 1968 ford F250. Any idea how long the shaft should be for this as a cowl mounted spotlight? Thnx
A: 1968 Ford F250 cowl mount spotlight uses a P length shaft (12 5/8" exposed shaft and 18 1/8" center to center). It should be mounted with a 185 installation kit for driver side mount or 185RH installation kit for passenger side mount.
Q: I'm building a kustom car. It's been chopped and modified... Is there a universal spot light and mounting kit? My make of car isn't listed.
A: Without any idea of what the vehicle or base vehicle is its hard to know what might work. We don't have a universal bracket, but the 52 installation kit and 52RH installation kit are adjustable. We use them for upfitters like Fire engine, work truck and ambulance manufacturers to try to make a bracket work for their heavily modified vehicles. Without a vehicle application there is no template for installing the the bracket. You will need to make sure that when drilling the hole there are no airbags, wires, vents, speakers etc in the post that the light would interfere with or that it would not get too close to steering wheel. Also the light must be installed as horizontal as possible to insure proper function.
Q: What shaft length would be necessary for the passenger side A-post of a 1961 International Harvester R-200 truck? Thanks.
A: For a 1961 International R model, an "A" length shaft should be used. It should be mounted with a 66 installation kit fro driver side or 66RH installation kit for passenger side.
Q: I can't seem to find a part number for a shaft assembly for the S6 light. Are there shaft assemblies available, or do I need to order a rod and gear, intermediate shaft, and outer shaft separately?
A: Full shaft assemblies are available, but without knowing what shaft length you need, I cannot provide correct part number. On the home page of our website on the left side under Category is "Spotlights". Click on that. On that page click "Spotlight Catalog" under Sub-Categories. This brings up a list of the different shaft options. Clicking on the correct shaft length will give you a list of all spotlights available for that shaft length and the replacement shaft assembly. Part number will begin with 3615.
Q: 1950 Ford 2-door business coupe. What length shaft should I request?
A: 1950 Ford closed used an A length shaft mounted with 27 installation kit for driver side or 27RH installation kit for passenger side.
Q: I have an s6 model spotlight with a black handle just wonder on year of manufacturing on this item .??
A: Our earliest black handle S6 spotlights started around 1970, we don't have record of exact date. S6 spotlights with black handles are still in production. Without more information the light could have been made any time in between.
Q: looking for the clips/springs for a S6. Thanks?