I have way more important things to do on my trailer, but wanted to have some fun with lighting.
While at IKEA, I picked up a cheap brushed stainless 12" diameter 120v ceiling light fixture. I pulled out the 120v guts and took all the inner workings out of one of the old ceiling lights from my 77 Sovereign
and riveted them in to the new fixture. I purchased a new switch from VTS as the original was shot. Now they work as they should. 2 on, 4 on, 6 on, and off. Oh, I also purchased LED's on Amazon. 10 bulbs for approx. $19. Very bright. I like the color of the light.
I didn't use the original glass lens that came with the fixture as I didn't want to take a chance on it vibrating loose and ending up on the floor broken in a thousand shards of glass. So, I took some 1/8" Lexan that I had and cut out a flat circle on my band saw. It was clear Lexan, so I spray painted one side which will face up so as not to get scratched. I drilled a hole in the center so the switch can be easily accessed. The only thing left to do is to find/make a nice little stainless or aluminum knob to cover the brass end of the switch. All in all it was a simple project that cost only around $20.
Pictures of the old fixture and the new.