Looking to add brightness to your classic? Check out these new headlights/ bulbs from Holley:

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*89x2*
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Looking to add brightness to your classic? Check out these new headlights/ bulbs from Holley:

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I’ve never liked the LED headlights which have been available for some time. My opinion: They are silly looking, and don’t go well with vehicles of the era.

But now, check this out, Holley Products has a new LED bulb for our classics which “looks” similar to sealed beam headlights.

https://www.holley.com/blog/post/add_mo ... ssic_look/

What do you think? I think it may be a game changer in lighting the way for classics, keeping the vintage look :cool

Fitment and availability:
https://www.holley.com/products/exterio ... eadlights/
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Re: Looking to add brightness to your classic? Check out these new headlights/ bulbs from Holley:

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These seem like a great idea and because they look oe I’d probably be a buyer for my old vehicles. I really don’t like led lights from auto part stores because they look silly and out of place. The does look like a nice option but would have my full attention at 1/3 the price. The price seems excessively high for the parts so maybe the price will come down over time. But if these come from overseas they are probably on a boat off Cali anyways and price will probably stay high until 2024 at least. Here’s the lights I hate for you to compare
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bowtiguy
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Re: Looking to add brightness to your classic? Check out these new headlights/ bulbs from Holley:

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These appear to be a much better option than the Rigid Industries bulbs at 2/3 the price. 6K lumen low beams and 12K high beams is pretty strong. I have a 14,500 lumen Rigid lightbar custom mounted in the bumper assembly of my daily driver and it turns night into day! It also appears that holley has made the lens DOT compliant to address the beam dilemma of off road bulbs.

I converted the rest of my exterior bulbs to LED earlier this year on the CR-1. I believe it increases safety by presenting better visibility to other drivers( running lights and brake lights) and updates the only dated cosmetic of aerobody cars, the 30 year old light technology.
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bowtiguy wrote: Sat Jan 01, 2022 1:34 pm These appear to be a much better option than the Rigid Industries bulbs at 2/3 the price. 6K lumen low beams and 12K high beams is pretty strong. I have a 14,500 lumen Rigid lightbar custom mounted in the bumper assembly of my daily driver and it turns night into day! It also appears that holley has made the lens DOT compliant to address the beam dilemma of off road bulbs.

I converted the rest of my exterior bulbs to LED earlier this year on the CR-1. I believe it increases safety by presenting better visibility to other drivers( running lights and brake lights) and updates the only dated cosmetic of aerobody cars, the 30 year old light technology.
Looking great!
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