We'll be making both porch lights with 110v rated electrical innards. I understand that 12v
is all that's needed for some people, but many people who are restoring old trailers don't want to convert. If you have converted to 12v
to run your porch light, just put a different bulb in the fixture. They'll come with candelabra style screw bases (E12). 12v
E12 bulbs cost about 90 cents.
These will be made by the same foundry that does our H20-2 lock handles. If you've seen those handles, you know the quality. They'll be cast from aircraft grade aluminum alloy and triple chrome plated. They'll be gorgeous.
As for price, you're right...more than $20. We don't have our costs all nailed down, but it's looking like we'll need to charge around $125 each. I know that's the case on the Spartan version which is slightly larger and has more curves. I hate like heck to charge that much but it's the nature of high quality, low volume reproductions.
Timeline? I'm guessing late winter.
By the way, we're also doing the handle for the Bargman L-77 lock shown in a previous post on this thread. It was used for a few years around 1960
Let me know if I can answer any questions. I'm also open to advice!