Scott Drake Headlight Bulb Halogen Tri-Bar 1965-1973

Scott Drake: C5ZZ-13007-CLR
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Scott Drake Headlight Bulb Halogen Tri-Bar 1965-1973
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Scott Drake Tri-Bar Halogen Headlight Bulb for 1965-1968 and 1970-1973 Mustangs.

These ultra-cool headlights from Scott Drake will make you stand out in a crowd! Scott Drake's tri-bar 7" halogen headlights feature an internal chrome tri-bar, chrome bulb glare shield and a highly polished reflective back all behind a flat, clear lens.

Will look great on or off and function better than original sealed beams or standard halogen headlights. These are a great finishing touch for any resto-mod or show car! Halogen bulb included. Sold each.

*Does not fit 1969 Mustangs.

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Scott Drake Headlight Bulb Halogen Tri-Bar 1965-1973 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Look Nice They don't fit the factory trim rings that well. They don't say if they work for high beams or not, they don't say if they use more power which could hurt your wiring. They do fit right in and look cool.
Date published: 2015-04-03
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Asked by: SURFER
No, it's a direct replacement. Watch the video on the product page - Bill walks you through the install. It'll only take about 20 minutes.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-05

Are these Scott Drake Tri bar Headlamps for 1965-1967 mustangs sold as individual bulbs at this price or in sets of (2)

Asked by: martys67
They're sold individually.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-05

do they work with the dimmer/high/low  switch in the floorboard and do they come in pairs at that price?Scott Drake: C5ZZ-13007-CLR

Asked by: freemansisk
Yes, the switch will work. These headlights are only available individually.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-05
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: It's a very common story in the Mustang hobby. You start with one modification and it goes to another, another, and then it snowballs from there. Our Weekend Wrench has been no different. We replaced the dash pad and all of a sudden, our cluster looked worn out. We replaced that and the next thing you know, the steering wheel wasn't up to par either. The same thing just happened with our most recent modification, our fog light conversion. Now that we have bright new fog lights the factory headlights just aren't cutting it anymore. So, today we're going to install a set of Scott Drake's tri-bar halogen headlights.

Here you can see the halogen headlights that were put on the car in the past, which are basically just a stock replacement versus the tri-bar lights from Scott Drake. The tri-bar has a nice unique look to it. The best part about it, it uses a replaceable H4 bulb, which will be a lot brighter than the sealed beam factory on the car.

The first step of the installation is removing these four screws that hold on our headlight door. The only tool you'll need for the entire installation is a Phillips head screwdriver. Now, we're going to loosen up the three screws found on the outside edge here that hold the headlight in via the headlight retaining ring. You don't have to remove these; just loosen them up. Once you get them loosened, you can turn the ring. The ring will come out, and so will our headlights. Once you have the headlight, out just reach around the back here, pull the plug off and remove our factory headlight.

Now we're ready to install our new Scott Drake headlights. Make sure the part labeled top is obviously facing up when you install them. Put it in place and we'll reinstall our ring. Once we get it lined up we'll tighten down the adjustment screws. Now, before we install our headlight door, we'll try our headlight out. Everything is working properly. We're ready to reinstall our headlight door. Now you want to repeat the process on the other side.

Our Scott Drake tri-bar headlights do a great job of finishing off the lighting on the front of our Weekend Wrench project car. Installation should take you no more than around 20 minutes, and you'll be back on the road in no time. Now we've got to figure out the next step for our Weekend Wrench. If you have any ideas make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel and post up some comments.