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Can you identify these tail lights?


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These tail lights are on my 2006 Monaco Executive Motorhome.  Evidently the now bankrupt Monaco bought left over parts from different car manufacturers to complete these motorhomes. I have spent hours online and cannot find anything like them. As you can see they look awful and need to be replaced. The fasteners on the one I took off are gone. Any help identifying them would be awesome. Thanks.

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