So, I ended up buying these corner lights off ebay, but I ended up getting them for the sedan instead of the coupe. So, now I'm wondering whether I should just return them or exchnage them for the right ones.
They looked alright, but I just want to know if anoybody has gotten them and what they look like on. Here they are:
Originally posted by jllphan@Mar 3 2004, 08:26 PM I have something very similar and I think it looks ok. I actually thought they looked better before I went to the ZKW's. So if you have the stock assemblies you will probably be happy.
Is that pic corrupted or what? I only get like the top 1/4.
I have something very similar and I think it looks ok. I actually thought they looked better before I went to the ZKW's. So if you have the stock assemblies you will probably be happy.I got them from ProCarParts
Personally, I do not care for that style light. They look to much like something Autozone would carry for a Honda. Also, if PCP carries them, then I KNOW they lack quality. PCP parts are notorious for being cheap. I've heard of chrome CAIs peeling, tailights leaking, and I had the wonderful experince of having a turn signal retaining clip break..while on the interstate. OEM is more expensive for a reason. You can buy cheap now, and regret it later when you have to buy another set for whatever reason, or you can go OEM and not have to worry.
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I have the pcp ones and they are great, no problems at all. My signature has them in it.
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