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Old 20 Feb 2004, 05:33 pm
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We recently installed morette's for s customer http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...?TOPIC_ID=6553 and have the stock lights left over. She has offered them to use for a project but before we start we would like to see how much interest there is.

We would like to do a JDM style conversion. This would include removing the chrome piece of the light and painting it a low gloss black the reassembling the headlight and shipping it out. Once you have recived the light you would remove yours install these and ship yours back for a core refund.

Here is a picture of what the JDM headlights would look like.





Lights pictured are on a 01' dodge stratus.

Pricing would be set at $75.00 plus $150 core charge.

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Old 20 Feb 2004, 08:36 pm
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Verynice, i've been thinking of doing this for a long time now!! BUT, not to sound like an @$$ hole hopefully, JDM stands for Japanese Domestic Market...these are run of the mill "black housing" head lamps. JDM tends to retain the amber pieces but may just relocate them or for example in the '92-'95 civics, the amber turn signal is one piece with the headlight as opposed to being 2 pieces...

That's besides the point though, they are still nice[|)]
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Old 20 Feb 2004, 08:42 pm
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quote: USDM JDM Style headlamps
USDM = United States Domestic Market
JDM Style = simular to jdm

Thanks for the complements.

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Verynice, i've been thinking of doing this for a long time now!! BUT, not to sound like an @$$ hole hopefully, JDM stands for Japanese Domestic Market...these are run of the mill "black housing" head lamps. JDM tends to retain the amber pieces but may just relocate them or for example in the '92-'95 civics, the amber turn signal is one piece with the headlight as opposed to being 2 pieces...

That's besides the point though, they are still nice[|)]
AGREED! I about pissed my pants when I read that. Its called DIY style (do it yourself)
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Oh snap! Ima make mine MDM!!! Mexico Domestic Market! []
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Old 20 Feb 2004, 09:47 pm
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Allot of people can do these thereselves they are very easy I even have a how-to on my site.

http://www.street-innovations.com/jdmstyle.html

This is simply a option for someone that doesn't have the time or is unsure if they can complete these themselves.

If we could get this back to topic it would be great. I'm not here to bash or critize but to simply have other options avail to the members.

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On a demo unit I also blacked out the reflector floor. Lots of extra work though.
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Looks grea. I have yet to see these on a PT. Great job.

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