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Sam Suffi Malcolm McConnachy
Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK   GBR
My 1950 TD has a weird rear number plate support bracket which bolts on top of the spare wheel. It is very heavy and agricultural.
I don't suppose this is an original piece, what was normally fitted?

Thanks

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, Colorado, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
Not sure what you have...originally the were mounted on the drivers side as shown .


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Sam Suffi Malcolm McConnachy
Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK   GBR
In reply to # 3660411 by LaVerne Not sure what you have...originally the were mounted on the drivers side as shown .

Thanks for the photos LaVerne, shows what should be there.
I think I'll just leave it the way it is and fit a rear fog light on the lower protruding part of the bracket, luckily I ran a spare conductor in my home made (N to S) wiring harness so can use that as a power supply,

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, Colorado, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
Here's the rack mount Malcolm . If your car is RHD then it would be on the opposite side



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