Nobody manufactures custom tail lights for the Saturn S-Series, however, there are ways to customize your factory Saturn tail lights:
Remove your tail lights. (91-95 SLx – 3 Torx Screws)
Wash with dish soap.
Sand orange portion (or entire tail light if you want to) with 600 grit wet sandpaper.
Wash tail lights again.
Mask off any portion that you do not want to paint (reverse lights)
Spray Red Anodized Look Paint (Wal-Mart or Auto Parts Store) or Candy Apple Red Paint (Hobby Store) in thin coats, follow the directions on the can.
Sand with 800 grit wet sandpaper between each coat.
Spray clear coat for protection, or have tail lights professionally clear coated for best results.
Rewiring (Baed on 1st Gen SLx)
*Do Not Change Any of the Ground Wires
The rear lights are positively switched.
I chose to use the thin strip on the bottom of the tail light as the parking lights and turn signals (after redding out). The upper portion remains the brake light only. I wired the small 194 bulb in the corner to blink with the turn signal.
The original turn signal bulb is a single filament, so it can only serve one function. I took a dual filament socket and shaved the tail light housing with a rotary toll so it would fit the 1157 bulb hole.
Turn Signal: yellow