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  1. #21
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    You are the first to inquire about a Nova! Aren't the nova's in the bumper like the Chevelles. I'll look into it.

    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger


  2. #22
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    just sent you a PM, wanting to purchase...

  3. #23
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    Tony,

    PM sent.

    - Sammy
    69LSX

  4. #24
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    They look great! How affective are they on the road?? does anyone have clear smooth lenses to replace the originals?

  5. #25
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    At the moment there isn't a clear smooth lens being produced. I've had a bunch of e-mail regarding this however. The tooling isn't the problem with the plastic - it's the up front amount you have to purchase that is the hard pill to swallow.
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  6. #26
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    can i hook this up on my 68 firebird?

  7. #27
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    I have these in my 69 z28. Other than wiring being reversed and the brackets not fitting tight in the housing. They are pretty Damn sweet. Everyone who sees them asks where I got them

  8. #28
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    Anthony - Please explain the brackets? Are you referring to the stainless steel parts that fit in the lenses? If you are, please contact me as I have learned that there are basically two lenses on the market now. One is a correct repo that matches that factory OE specs and the other that has no number and is molded using more uniform wall thicknesses (today's standards for prevent material sink spots). I have tabs for both and will gladly send you some at no charge.
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  9. #29
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    As far as the '68 birds go. I've had a few in my hands and I'm totally frustrated with how GM manufactured there housings. There are alternatives to my product on the market that utilize SMD (Surface Mount) LED's that are from China. The concept is great - however the depth of the socket to the circuit board prevents them from properly engaging the socket. They need about 1/16 more depth and these would be great. The GM housing have a crimped/rolled edge that on the inside of the housing. Using a standard bulb - it's perfect. If you are willing to chamfer or grind down the ridge - I think you could be in business. Please note that these are not as bright as my all forward facing LED's but they will function the same. Please contact me if you would like additional information. Thanks -
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  10. #30
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    I wish I had seen these a year ago when I made my own, I could not figure out the parking light and signal so I installed separate lights behind the grill.
    having driving lights make all the difference in the world even with hid headlights.
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  11. #31
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    Nice looking car!
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  12. #32
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    Here is look at stock versus Illumin8s.

    Stock - Amber Bulbs


    Illumin8s


    Next up are the video's coming shortly!
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  13. #33
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    Daytime Running Lights - 69 Camaro

    Video!
    http://youtu.be/5wCB80_SyqE

    This video shows the directional indication without the parking lights on. Just like stock.
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  14. #34
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    Daytime Running Lights - 69 Camaro

    http://youtu.be/dP6F_H61a6s

    Here is a video showing the parking lights being illuminated and changing colors to show directional indication.
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  15. #35
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    They are pretty darn cool.
    I hit the website, and it doesn't seem to work right at home. The links and the instruction links are dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigblue73 View Post
    http://youtu.be/dP6F_H61a6s

    Here is a video showing the parking lights being illuminated and changing colors to show directional indication.
    Pretty slick. Looks like you're trying to employ a "switchback" circuit. Are you able to rig it so the DRL switches off completely while the turn signal is operating? That seems to be the direction the OEM's are going in with their set ups.
    See me in Camaro Performers

    DIY Projector Headlights, LED Tail Lights, and more. See my website.

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  17. #37
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    Daytime Running Lights - 69 Camaro

    This is using the cars stock wiring and taking advantage of the 1157 connection. I've designed this for the folks that don't want to cut into or re-wire the front harness of there vehicle. This is a true plug and play application.

    Turning them off while blinking can be done by implementing a few new components and cutting into the harness.
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  18. #38
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    Maybe offer both versions. A true switchback operation looks really cool (I have it on my Camaro and have been approached by several folks with late model cars and DRL's wanting know how someone with a such an old car managed to incorporate such a cool late model feature).
    See me in Camaro Performers

    DIY Projector Headlights, LED Tail Lights, and more. See my website.

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  19. #39
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    Here's a quick update - I'm starting the 67-68 RS Camaro's tonight. Look for photo's soon. Keep the requests coming!
    Tony Edler
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    '73 Dodge Challenger

  20. #40
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    I would like to get some rectangle ones, and mod them into my 79 Olds cutlass wagon parking lights. Do you make rectangle ones for another vehicle? what are the dimensions?

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