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What headlights you would pick? by madcurl
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Wow man, thats looks real sharp!! Perfect fit!!
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Can someone photo shop these headlights on a fiero.
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Here is a quicky

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Sorry lets try that again

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Thanks 85SEnochie. The first pic is more like it. The lights are off a 2003 Sunfire.

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No prob. any time let me know if you would like a better one it was a quicky
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Still far from finished. I have to wait for warmer weather for the fiberglass portion of the build but am liking the 300zx lights more and more.



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Hey 85SEnochie can you photoshop the lights onto cornersonrails car for a better look?

Thanks again
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(cornersonrails) Hopfully this will help to motivate you to finish the great work you have allready done.

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OK so I took some time with it the angle of the lights will require quite a relief cut out. What do you think of this one?


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(cornersonrails) Hopfully this will help to motivate you to finish the great work you have allready done.



Thanks That looks great! Im motivated but my garage is attached and the smell is an issue for the wife. Should be one more month before I tackle it.
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fiero king where and how did you do that light swap. those are the exact lights i want for my fiero.
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A 2-month bump, hehe.

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So...where would you begin to look for a complete set of these, in decent shape?



This would work perfectly behind my tinted panel idea...

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Any 1992 to 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix.
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Having great difficulty finding any of those parts.

Anyone have a line on a set?

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Originally posted by TRiAD:

So...where would you begin to look for a complete set of these, in decent shape?



This would work perfectly behind my tinted panel idea...


I might be against vehicle enforcement laws? under 22"?
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It's not a "headlamps" but it does light up. Bump!

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What about these?





Could these work?

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Whatever happened to those low-profile headlight buckets that were being sold in The Mall?
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I also think these could look good.


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can't let this die yet
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Not only do you need to take pics of the front, but also side profile pics. If the headlamps are too steep they won't work with the Fiero's nose. You'll need to find a pair of headlamps that are flat or with lesser steepness. The Celica and NSX fits the Fiero nose.

Otherwise you'll need a different front clip. That was case regarding the Corvette headlamps.


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Someone posted these on a replica at a recent fiero event.

Interesting,...



Anybody know whose car this is ??

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Whose car is this ??

I saw this car at the 25th anniversary show in Michigan.



At first i did not like them and said yuck ! But after studying them for a bit i suddenly realized where i had seen something like them before and it reminded me of the Pagani Zonda ! Boy did my opinion change.







I now like them !! Hmmmm,......?



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ignore if this is a repost

love the "headlights" on her... cant wait for the high beams test

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Whose car is this ??

At first i did not like them and said yuck ! But after studying them for a bit i suddenly realized where i had seen something like them before and it reminded me of the Pagani Zonda ! Boy did my opinion change.





Nice headlamp, but the Pagani Zonda headlamps won't work due to the pitch and angle of the lamps (you'd need a Norm's flipper). Secondly the Zonda isn't available in the USA (legally), and thirdly (most important) the Zonda's would be very, very expensive....most likely more than Lamborghini or Ferrari headlamps making them 100% impractical.
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im really feelin those 300zx headlights. they lok good on a fiero.

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A little paint and zonda lights for exoticse

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Hehehe Very cool !

You are the man !
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Originally posted by americasfuture2k:

im really feelin those 300zx headlights. they lok good on a fiero.



Yep. I think those are the best lights for the stock Fiero front end. It will take some work though, unfortunately there's sheetmetal right where it needs to be.
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Curly in your opinion would those fit on the stock nose ?
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great work guys, all of the headlights look awesome
my question is how hard is it to do one of the twin hella 90mm on each side and make the head lights open lower?
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Originally posted by Mr. Pat:

Flip down would be cool. Or 300zx lights. I love lights that pop out of nowhere though. Its a trip.

Oh, did you ever get that blower put on? Or am I talking out my ass?



If you want headlights that pop out of nowhere, and you want something totally unique that's 'outside the box', then you should employ some low profile headlights, but have the entire front edge of the hood raise up when they come on. It sounds retarded, but the way I have it envisioned in my mind, it could be pretty cool. You'd only need it to pop up about an inch, maybe inch and half, then you could use an LED headlight system like the R8. I always liked the old muscle cars where the headlights just appeared from the grill (can't think of the car it was on...). Anyway, that's my 2 cents...

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Originally posted by cornersonrails:

Still far from finished. I have to wait for warmer weather for the fiberglass portion of the build but am liking the 300zx lights more and more.




We need continued picks please.
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Someone last summer lost a 2007 Mustang headlight in front of my house.
I mean the whole unit.
Ever since I picked it up { the guy was high on something and never came back to the accident site} I wondered if it could be put into the nose of a Fiero.
Could someone photo chop that for me please?
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