TAIL LIGHT SHINES ACROSS CAR (Dec, 1932)

These have finally become popular now, but they use LED’s instead.

TAIL LIGHT SHINES ACROSS CAR

An automobile tail light, resembling a neon tube, has been developed by an Indianapolis, Ind., inventor. The streak of red light, running across the car is easily seen from any position in the rear and it also outlines the width of the vehicle. This is especially desirable in the case of unusually wide buses. The light is tubular in shape and from fifty-four to ninety inches in length. Two standard tail light bulbs, which are placed inside the tube, supply the illumination.

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