My forward plastic lens is broken, its about 3/4'' tall with a 9/16'' radius, half circle with tabs on both ends, 1 1/2'' wide. Have call into Earls, the gal could not find them. Maybe Earl can???  What to do??? Where to look???


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Hi Byron,

I saw this in the links section maybe it would be a lead???

Anchor Light Lens

Byron - it may be a long shot as I think he deals mainly in mechanical parts, but give Robert Henkel a call (he’s listed on the links section). Even if he doesn’t have something, he seems to have a great network and is VERY helpful. Plus, if he can help you, he doesn’t try and gouge you on price!!


There is no good pic for the mast light.  From what there is it looks like it's a "steamer light".  Anchor light on top with a rectangular curved light facing forward.  That is what I have and they are very difficult to find.  I've seen the lights go for sale up to $700.  One time.  Earl put me in touch with a guy. I think his name is Joe Morrison, who last worked at the parts plant, but it was $300 and not NOS or restored.  Send a pic of what you are looking for.  Maybe we can split it up and get what we both need.  They are pot metal and mine is a mess.  

Earl found them, Annette says she has 5 or 6, I got 2. My head was pitted bad too, So I filled, epoxy primed , 2k urethane primer and Black Urethane. Did the casting at the wings. i HAVE GLOSS BLACK BACK BENCH VERTICAL SUPPORTS, the black looks good , thinking about painting the name plates on the sides black too

I did learn a lot on the 5 hours I spent looking foe these lenses should have been in the office, get busy on yours NOW!!

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