Homemade trouble light

About 10 years ago, Dave the machinist in the UVic physics dept. made this trouble light for me. It uses a 50 watt glass shielded 12 volt lamp, copper tubing, some hardware, O-rings and polyethylene. I connected it to a length of reclaimed cord and a connector that fit the “silver socket” type socket. The plug and socket was salvaged from an agricultural dust mask. I wired the socket in the engine bay of my ’82 westy.

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