Estimated arrival: 10/05/2021 (If Ordered Today)
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Awesome Accessory For Your Nova and Chevy II! 7 Ultra White Halogen Headlight Replaces Original H6014 & H6024 Parabolic Headlamp Provides 50% More Light Than Original Equipment Simple Plug 'n Play Harness For Headlight Bulb LED Halo May Be Spliced In As A Daytime Running Lamp, Parking Light Or Turn Signal Angel Eyes LED SMD Halo Ring Provides 100,000+ Hours Halo Ring Draws Very Low Voltage So They Can Be Left On At Car Shows Glass Lens With Thermoformed Plastic Parabolic Reflector For Long Service Life Black Outer Ring And Center Light Diffuser Angel eye halo headlight and blackout kits are hot right now. Our Black Illusion Halo Headlights from Redline Lumtronix have the appearance of being blacked giving your car a sleek, stealthy look. When the center beam is activated, it radiates 100% light with no distortion.This gives the safety of a clear headlight.and the advanced technology that makes the light look cool. Featuring the same technology as our white and multicolored halos, these blackout lights give you the best of both worlds?a dark, smoldering stance and brilliant LED light. NOTE: Rear of headlight bucket may need to be opened up slightly to accommodate H4 Bulb
|Chevrolet||Chevy II||1962 - 1968|
|Chevrolet||Nova||1969 - 1979|
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