290,856. Neale, R. W. July 6, 1927. Vehicle lamps.-In a vehicle lamp of the type comprising a cylindrical casing having a red lens at the outer end to form a rear light, a transparent window a<4> on one side for illuminating a number or identification plate, and an electric lamp socket and an attachment bracket or plate at the inner end, the cylindrical casing a is externally screw-threaded at the inner end a<2> to engage an internally threaded cap or carrier g and also a locking ring c adapted to lock the casing to the carrier in any adjusted position. The red lens d bears against an inturned flangs a<3> on the casing a and is backed up by an indiarubber ring e, a thin metal ring e<2>, and a strip f of celluloid curled into cylindrical form. The cap g has a flat end g<2> to which is riveted a rigid attachment plate h having a projecting portion formed with holes h<2> for securing it to the vehicle.