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71-73 Mustang LED Sequential Tail Light Kit
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Cool little kit I found while browsing the internet

https://www.championmustang.com/7173-mus...-8553.html

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#2
Very cool. I might have to pick one up down the road.

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#3
My uncle has sequential in his car not sure of the brand but its sure cool
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#4
COOL.
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#5
I dunno....
Though I really like the sequential taillights on other Mustangs (or Shelbys) I don't think it makes much sense on the 71-73 Mustangs, as it skips the lens in the middle. That way it simply doesn't "flow".
Just my two cents though.

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#6
Love the sequential lights. Don't especially like that it has to skip the middle on these, but I'm sure some electronics guru here on the forum has a solution for that....

I plan to include on our 72. Thanks for sharing.

Mark
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(01-16-2011, 09:25 AM)72Mike Wrote: Love the sequential lights. Don't especially like that it has to skip the middle on these, but I'm sure some electronics guru here on the forum has a solution for that....

I plan to include on our 72. Thanks for sharing.

Mark

Yeah the one on my uncles car all three work in sequence and when you use the signals the middle is red and when its in reverse the center one is white. So someone has already figured it out for us. Gotta love plug and play.
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#8
I'm glad I'm not the only one 'not sure' about it. If the center lens wasn't 'just' a reflector, it would be cool and I'd have a set on mine.

I've actually kinda wondered what the back end of our cars would look like with some '70 tail lights - the ones they came with are nice enough, but a nice set of 3 red vertical stripes and detached reverse lights would've looked cooler, IMHO. Then the sequential thing wouldn't be so weird, either.

Just my personal preference though - if you're wanting them on your car, I say, "Go For It!" Big Grin It'll definitely be unique and get attention.

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72fastback;8776 Wrote:Cool little kit I found while browsing the internet Peimar led

https://www.championmustang.com/7173-mus...-8553.html

Awesome kit. Shipping facility available or not?
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#10
I was going to add these until I saw that you need to separate the lens from the housing, to me that's asking for issues on a really old plastic part. I also don't like that it doesn't light up the center one, as mentioned it messes up the flow.


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Ford Mustang Taillights - How To Install '71-'73 Sequential Taillights

Read more: http://www.mustangmonthly.com/howto/mump...z2dkktf1ay

Thought Id update this posting since I found it originally doing a Google search.

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