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I want to change my tail light to the black tail

I want to change my red colored tail light to the black tail lights of the newer model impala's will it fit on my 2001 impala?

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There should be numerous aftermarket tail lights for your year Impala that are smoked/blacked out. They will surely fit & should be cheaper.

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