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05-09 Mustang Headlights GEN 5 PROJECTOR with DUAL HALO (CCFL) and LED Turn Signals- BLACK (Pair)
The Gen 5 Projectors feature CCFL Dual Halo rings and x3 LED Turn signal lights for added accents. The New CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) Style Halo Bulbs. This new Halo technology will make the halo light appear seamless and due to their low running temperature they will also last longer that standard halos. New Projector Style Headlights are a great way to upgrade and improve the style of your Mustang. With high quality projector bulbs and added lighting accents, They are an inexpensive way to upgrade and/or update the style of your Mustang. Also make sure to check out our Halo Fog Lights to match.
Includes Both Passenger and Driver side Headlights. Sold as Pair Only.
05-09 Mustang Taillights Gen 3 - LED Red with Smoked (Pair)
The Gen 3 LED (Red Lens) Taillights are a direct replacement style. Very simple install, there is no extra modification needed for these lights. Includes wiring harness making it an easy plug and play installation. Aftermarket LED Taillights are a great way to upgrade and improve the style of your Mustang. They are an inexpensive way to upgrade and/or update the style of your Mustang. The LED Bulbs will light up RED and will appear much brighter as well as last longer than the standard bulbs. Also make sure to check out our LED 3rd Brake Lights that match the LED Taillight Styles. Includes Both Passenger and Driver side Taillights. Sold as Pair Only.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 02 September, 2011.