LMR (Late Model Restorations) shows a couple of choices in stock.
You can spend a lot on a NOS replacement or get aftermarket and save a few bucks.
IMO, avoid the LED versions. Not my cup of tea as they say.
Good luck on your quest.
Getting rear-ended or a close encounter is a matter of less than a millimeter. Damage to Bullitt sucks but neck whiplash can be negatively life altering.
If staying incandescent bulb, go OEM, which has Ford standing behind and DOT/SAE certified.
If trying to save a few $, make sure the aftermarket incandescent is DOT/SAE certified.
The advantage of LED is they activate quicker than an incandescent and can be substantially brighter. Better warning to distracted drivers. Again, make sure the aftermarket LED fixture is DOT/SAE certified.
Insurance companies always look to deny claims.
And do not mod the light with tinting, covers or paint. No longer meets DOT/SAE spec and a sharp eyed officer can issue Bullitt a ticket.
There are aftermarket lightly tinted fixtures that meet DOT/SAE spec.
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