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Old 07-26-2022, 09:01 PM
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Default Best 7" LED Headlights

I am looking to replace my headlights on my 72 nova. Just wondering what people recommend. Currently looking at Holley's "BRIGHT EARTH - 7" ROUND LED HEADLIGHTS".
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Old 07-27-2022, 09:52 AM
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I used Philips H6024LED on my 68 Camaro and i'm very happy with them.
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/phl-h6024led
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Default Holley RetroBright

https://www.holley.com/products/exterior/lighting/
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We have sold several of the Holley 7" headlights and customers have been very happy with them, looks and performance.
https://screamingchicken.com/1967-69...ht-headlights/
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These folks have good reviews....
https://www.dapperlighting.com/
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In terms of best lighting, there are better options than the Holley.

In terms of pretty good lighting, direct fit, and look correct you can't beat the Holley.
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A good question:
I put the Truck-Lite 27270s in my '68 Camaro. They were "pretty good".

A couple years later I coughed up the dough to buy the JW Speaker 8700s. Wow, they are very good! Definitely better than any sealed beams. But wow they were expensive...
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It looks like Anvil has quite a few headlight options. I'm looking for something with more or a blacked out look for my 69 firebird to replace my stockers. Does anyone have experience with any of these?

https://anvilauto.com/collections/1s...d-led-lighting

Maybe something like either of the below:



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It looks like Anvil has quite a few headlight options. I'm looking for something with more or a blacked out look for my 69 firebird to replace my stockers. Does anyone have experience with any of these?
Appreciate that link! They have some really good looking designs...if you decide to get a pair please report back on them.

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These folks have good reviews....
https://www.dapperlighting.com/
I went with these. LED Seven's. Still sitting in the box, but pretty impressive units.
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