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Old 19 Feb 2004, 10:30 pm
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wanted to post a few pictures of the new Morette lights Rally Perfomance is offering. These are a dual light setup and are extreamly bright. We recently sold a set to a local customer and have been given rave reviews.

Here are a few quick pictures.



and a picture directly from morette's site.



For more info and ordering please email info@rallyperfomance.com .

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Old 19 Feb 2004, 10:42 pm
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Interesting Jason, thanks. Any idea what these cost? I'm curious as to how they look in profile because it appears that they kind of "stick out" from the front fenders, maybe spoiling the nice curves of the car. I looked at Morette's website and the tail lights for the PT look quite interesting as well.

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These have been posted before and no-one likes them.They look like bug-eyes!
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Old 19 Feb 2004, 10:53 pm
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These have been posted before and no-one likes them.They look like bug-eyes!
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quote:We recently sold a set to a local customer and have been given rave reviews.
They do stick out. The low beam (outside one) stick out around 3.5" from the fender. These are of of those mods you love em or hate em. Our particular customer lives in a rural area and has a 25 min drive on back roads so they work perfect for her application (seeing deer before it's too late).

We feel they give new lines to the car giving it a more agressive look. Pricing is set at $549.95 + shipping.

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Old 19 Feb 2004, 11:56 pm
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I looked at Morette's website and the tail lights for the PT look quite interesting as well.

Yes, they look very similar to the Vestatech tails.They use Hella 55mm lamps, which aren't SAE or DOT here in the States. I would venture to say the headlamps aren't either as they use the same non-SAE turn signal, but not big deal.

How much for the tails, Jason, and do they only come in chrome?

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I will have the owner call tomorrow to check on priceing for the tails. The headlights as far as i know are dot approved.

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the headlights and taillights must have a reflector and the signal portion must be able to be seen from the side as well
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the headlights and taillights must have a reflector and the signal portion must be able to be seen from the side as well
If that is the case then, from the photos at least, these lights do not appear to be DOT legal.
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Headlights might look better if you did chrome plate them. Make them look like they're SUPPOSED to be bug eyed...like on old (20's) cars.
P. S. Might have to put a chrome bumper under them so there's some balance.
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the headlights and taillights must have a reflector and the signal portion must be able to be seen from the side as well
Yeah, I noticed the relocation of the turn signal - you'd only see it from straight ahead - I know that wouldn't fly in a NJ inspection.

And $549???? Wouldn't that buy nice replacement bulbs - for life?
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