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Did the 1969 Eliminators come with courtesy lights in the sail panels? Also is the Mustang rear package tray the same as a Cougar?
 

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I have seen a butt load of Eliminators, and that's the first one with light in sail panel, and the package trays are different.
 

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Good question..? I don't think I've ever seen any with the lights...I imagine you could special order them though (or dealer install perhaps?)
 

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Harry, I'm not saying yours didn't come that way, I just haven't seen any others that way.
All 69 Eliminators came with the Decor group option.
 

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Looking at Harry's website under Documentation, it lists on the FoMoCo (Eminger) Invoice the Door Mounted Courtesy Lights as part of the Decor Group and 4 lines below that, it lists the Courtesy Light Group as a ($19.90/$15.50) option. His Marti report also lists both the Courtesy Lights and the Decor Group. John
 

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Looking at Harry's website under Documentation, it lists on the FoMoCo (Eminger) Invoice the Door Mounted Courtesy Lights as part of the Decor Group and 4 lines below that, it lists the Courtesy Light Group as a ($19.90/$15.50) option. His Marti report also lists both the Courtesy Lights and the Decor Group. John
All Eliminators in 1969 came with the Eliminator Decor Group as a manadatory option. The Courtesy Light Group was a separate option which is what triggers the sail panel lights.
 

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All Eliminators in 1969 came with the Eliminator Decor Group as a manadatory option. The Courtesy Light Group was a separate option which is what triggers the sail panel lights.
I understand that the CLG was a seperate option from the mandatory EDG and meant to state that. John
 
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