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1967 ISUZU BELLETT GT 
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Sat Jun 13, 2020 11:11 pm
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Car(s): Isuzu Bellett GT 1967, Toyota Celica TA22 1973, Toyota Corolla KE35 SR 1976
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flying wrote:
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I have clear copies of the beehive lens but not the metal surroud
As Glenn has said the headlight surrounds are very scarce
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Just a doubt...that small lense is only the blinker/signal or is both signal/parking lights? Thanks


Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:40 pm
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It might be possible to make your own passable version of those lower lights. Very similar glass or plasticlenses are available for some UK made cars. The names of which I can't recall right now.
Some suitable sized exhaust pipe and some flat sheet, (cut with a hole saw) could be cut and welded to make the housing.The lenses go in from the rear. Originally from memory with a wire clip but silastic etc might work. Then get them chromed. Or at a pinch just spray painted aluminium or even body colour. Use some "U" shaped rubber where it fits upto the body. (From Clarke Rubber)

good luck.

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MGA 1957 t0 1960 (I think) for the indicator lights. Should be readily available online from a UK classic car specialist.

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Thu Jun 18, 2020 11:50 am
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PR20 Auto wrote:
MGA 1957 t0 1960 (I think) for the indicator lights. Should be readily available online from a UK classic car specialist.


I found already in UK ;)

But I have to know if it is just one or two poles. In the Bellett GT is just indicator light or both indicator and parking light?


Thu Jun 18, 2020 12:08 pm
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Earthp

They work as Parking Light as well as Indicators / Blinkers

The Lucas lights are close

Here's an old link which shows the difference

https://www.bellett.net/forums/viewtopi ... 15&p=21435

There are 2 pieces that hold the lens, the first tube is bolted to the body and the second smaller in length tube fits over this and is connected with a screw at the bottom.

The second piece holds the light as Glenn described with spring wire

Regards Flying


Fri Jun 19, 2020 3:07 am
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Just popped up on yahoo Japan

https://yahoo.importmonster.com.au/view ... 00GT%20OHV

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Sat Jun 20, 2020 8:42 am
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flying wrote:
Earthp

They work as Parking Light as well as Indicators / Blinkers

The Lucas lights are close

Here's an old link which shows the difference

https://www.bellett.net/forums/viewtopi ... 15&p=21435

There are 2 pieces that hold the lens, the first tube is bolted to the body and the second smaller in length tube fits over this and is connected with a screw at the bottom.

The second piece holds the light as Glenn described with spring wire

Regards Flying


Thanks guys ;)

I just bought the Lucas L539 2 poles with chrome trim...they look very similar. Now I have to make the metal tube that fix in the car. I have one Austin 1800 headlight surround...one missing :D

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Sat Jun 20, 2020 2:57 pm
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Hi guys :D

This last few months I have acquired some of the missing material for the Bellett. The car is already in the workshop being restored.

I'm looking for the original color of the Bellett, wich is the Silver Gray 88 Metallic 0088...I tried to find the color here but nothing so far. Is it possible to get a small sample of the original color to reproduce it or find very similar one? Can anyone help me? Thanks a lot


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Wed Feb 03, 2021 11:40 pm
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Hi

Try this site for the colour swatch

https://www.uniquecarsandparts.com.au/c ... zu_1964-67

Regards Flying


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