1964-1973 Mustang Lighting

First-gen Mustang headlight

Improve Nighttime Visibility and Your Pony's Style with Classic Mustang Lighting Parts

1964-1973 Mustang Lighting

First-gen Mustang headlight

Improve Nighttime Visibility and Your Pony's Style with Classic Mustang Lighting Parts

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  1. Sequential LED Taillight Assembly 1969
    Sequential LED Taillight Assembly 1969
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    $87.99 Regular Price $109.99
  2. CJ Classics Fog Light Bar Pair Mustang 1967
    CJ Classics Fog Light Bar Pair Mustang 1967
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    $108.79 Regular Price $135.99
  3. CJ Classics Fog Light Bar Pair 1966
    CJ Classics Fog Light Bar Pair 1966
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    $84.79 Regular Price $105.99
  4. PLK1
    Parking Light Kit Mustang 1965-1966
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    $89.59 Regular Price $111.99
  5. Headlight Housing Passenger Side 1971-1973
    Headlight Housing Passenger Side 1971-1973
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    $119.99 Regular Price $149.99
  6. G6B
    Ford Tooling Grille Mustang Mach 1 1970
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    $156.79 Regular Price $195.99

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Lighting

Your Mustang’s lights convey important information that keeps you safe. Whether it's the headlights that let others know you’re coming or the instrument panel lights that clue you in to what’s happening under your hood. But to do their job, your lights need to be able to turn on and shine.

Over time, light bulbs need to be replaced. Lenses can become fogged and faded, and hardware rusts over. Replacing these parts will have your Mustang looking sharper and brighter in no time.

If you do have to replace your Mustang’s lights, it may be a good time to consider upgrading as well. While the factory lights were halogens, LEDs are brighter, draw less power, and last much longer.

Whether you decide to upgrade your lighting system or buy perfect replicas, we’ve got the headlights, taillights, and parking lights you need to let other drivers know where you’re headed.