Vesta Spotlight Search Light 1920's Era Fire Engine

is an Old Vesta Spotlight made in Chicago, IL. Vintage 1924.. This light appears to be nickel plating over possibly copper? Unsure exactly what compostion... So buyers take note.. Sold "as is".. This light worked when it was taken off the fire engine body which was a 1924 American Lafrance Cosmopolitian Fire Engine from a Small Coal Mining town in Northeast Pennsylvania.. The body was remounted to a 1948 Dodge and taken out of service in 1979. The fire engine wound up on an farm for fire protection and watering duties at that time some of the goodies were stripped off and this is one of them. The item shows wear and plating loss.. T is a small stress fracture in the metal housing in the area of the Name Plate. Measures about 17 inches high and the light is about 9 3/4 inches in diameter. sizes are approximate. This item is described to the best of my ability and sold "as is". TERMS: Buyer makes payment so that I have it within 8 days of the end of the auction. I accept payment via Personal Check, Money Order or PayPal ( Item will only be shipped to a Verified/Confirmed PayPal Address; if you make payment via PayPal & your delivery address is not verified/confirmed/payment will be refunded). I May hold the item 5 business days upon receipt of a personal check or money order to insure that they clear & are not counterfiet. ... read more