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Somebody I know has found a stash of them and was trying to find out their application, shame they're only 4 1/2" and not 7".

The packaging and style of part number makes me think they might be WWII Military surplus.

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If you had given us the packaging numbers, we could have told you

There will be an SNL-Gxxx number for the vehicle type, G503 for the WW2 jeep, for example, or if the part number starts Ccxxxxxxx it will be WW2 Dodge. Best buyer would be a WW2 vehicle specialist like Dallas Autos, near Reading, but chances are they will already have a pile and will only pay market value.

Oh, and good chance they are 6 volt too.
 
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