Scott Drake Tail Light Kit Sequential 1967-1968

Scott Drake: C7ZZ-STL
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Product Description

Scott Drake Sequential Taillight Kit for all 1967-1968 Mustangs.

Scott Drake's sequential light systems come complete with control modules, an electronic variable flasher and two, dedicated three-bulb inserts. Ships ready to install directly into the taillight housings as soon as you receive it and perform the minimal assembly required. All the required electrical connectors are provided, as well as detailed instructions for proper installation.

Scott Drake's goal was to provide the classic Mustang with the sequential turn signals like those found on T-birds and the Shelby's of the 1960's. Another new and unique product from Scott Drake, the inserts alone in this Sequential Taillight kit increase the brightness of the tail lamps by 200%!

*Scott Drake strongly recommend the use of their special polycarbonate lenses with this kit.

CJ Pony Parts offers more than 1,600 Scott Drake parts that have become so popular that many customers ask for them by name. Once you try their parts on your 1967-1968 Mustang, we're sure you will too.

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A really cool kit
First off, I dropped a star, not because I didn't like the kit or that there was anything wrong with it per-se, but rather because it was missing the special thicker lens gaskets that are supposed to be included for 67/68. When I called the CJ pony sales rep he agreed to send a set. What he sent was another set of regular gaskets and then I was charged for them. Now, onto the review. I won't lie to you, this kit is pretty involved and requires that you snip off your original tail light pigtail. If you shudder doing that, this kit isn't for you. It comes with fairly decent instructions and tons of warnings about how things will fail utterly if you don't do everything right. The connectors are all crimp-on bullet-style connectors. I opted to solder everything because I've had bad experiences with crimp-on connectors on past projects. This kit also requires that you bring a dedicated 14 gauge 12V line back to trunk area from the fuse box so be ready for that. I got it all hooked up and it worked as a
Alex O. June 29, 2012
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