They definitely turn heads and as i have experienced, people either love them (90% of people) or HATE them. They are way brighter than my old head lights and for the most part thats why i bought them, seeing while driving at night is always a plus. The halo ring adds a functional wide angle lighting aspect that is even better than my 2010 crosstour. The only "complaint" I have is the inability to turn off the halo ring while the normal headlamps are on. I would like this as an option mostly for car shows to show uniqueness when desired coupled with originality. I bought them on sale for 110 and they are worth the money.
These look too cool on my 1965 Fastback and definitely a head turner! Easy to install: plug and play for the headlights, minor wiring for the LEDs that is simple for anybody.
I have a 1968 convertible that is mostly stock except for the cragar wheels. I considered this headlight modification to my car to be the same as putting on aftermarket wheels. Both these headlights and my wheels make my mustang a catagory all it's own. New BMW's and Audi's have these same style headlights that give class and elegance, why can't a classic mustang be in that same class. When I took them out of the box and hooked them up to a 12 volt battery it was love at first sight, they are simply gorgeous to see. The installation is very simple taking very little time if you know which wire is your parking light wire to splice into. I did not have to make any modifications to the headlight bucket. It took about 35 minutes all total to install them. At my first cruise-in of the season many people flocked around my car asking where can they get these headlights for themselves. Oh, one more thing I left them on during a cruise-in (3 hours) and it did not drain my battery at all. For all of the attenti