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gtonavy

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  1. Nope, the boards are sealed with silicone conformal coating., paint would not stick.

     

    I believe the lights will look fine with the white boards.  You lenses will just look brighter red with the white background.

     

    If you don't like the lights, you have 30 days to return them for a refund.

     

    Here is a side by side on a 64.5 with my white boars on the left and standard bulbs on the rights.  You can see how the white board make the lens look new compared to the bulb side.

     

    Thank you

     

    Gary


  2. Hello

     

    I am going to offer 10% off on 69 and 70 LED lights from May 16th to May 31st.

     

    If you are interested, just send me an e-mail at: 

    mail@vintageleds.com

    or go to the web site

    www.vintageleds.com

     

    I will need the following:

    Name

    Address

    Light you need, Brake, Park and Reverse

     

    Thanks

    Gary


  3. Hello Dave;

     

    Here is just how dim the old tail lights are.  During development, I tested the 65 lights with the 1157 bulb according to today's DOT specifications .  On center the max light reading was 9 candela on center.  The minimum spec for a brake light on a modern car is 80 candela.  So the old mustang is 9x under the minimum.  When I tested the 65 and 67 lights with my LEDs, they were between 135 and 165 candela on center.  Sorry I did not have the opportunity to test the 69/70 lights.  However they do have the same number of LEDs as the 67/68 lights.

     

    Additionally I use wide beam angle (120deg) LEDs.  This way you don't get hot spots in the lens and the light emitted from the tails covers a wider area.

     

    The same goes for the front park/turn light, wider field of view.

     

    Thank you

     

    Gary

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