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I like the last one with the outer rings remaining constant best, but the sequencing is much too fast regardless. Unnecessarily busy. Your signals need not scream "Reno Casino", only that you plan to make a turn. Slow them down to a more leisurely pace and you will have your cool factor.
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I dislike the second one more than the first. I agree that the second one looks like a casino sign. Can't say I care for the first one much either.


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Definitely an improvement in visibility
 

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I like it. To me they look like the newer 2010-2014 Mustang lights and they look really nicely made.

So how do the tail/brake/turn/hazard lights work on the 2014 models? Personally I like the second picture better assuming the outer bands are the brake lights and the sequencing is the turn signal. That way you get both pieces of information (I'm stopping /and/ I'm turning) at the same time.
 

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I personally have never found a sequential unit I thought flashed fast enough...

I really like what you have going on here.
 

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I personally have never found a sequential unit I thought flashed fast enough...

I really like what you have going on here.
The flashing speed is programmable, you can have it faster or you can have it slower.


Where did you get these or are they one offs?
This one is one off. If there are enough interests I can have more of those made.
 

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I like it. To me they look like the newer 2010-2014 Mustang lights and they look really nicely made.

So how do the tail/brake/turn/hazard lights work on the 2014 models? Personally I like the second picture better assuming the outer bands are the brake lights and the sequencing is the turn signal. That way you get both pieces of information (I'm stopping /and/ I'm turning) at the same time.
When headlight is off, the rings and inners sequence together (as in turn or hazard) or light up together (as in brake). When headlight is on, The rings stay on and just the inners do the dance.
 

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I like it. I think it gives the car a little more style in the rear and having separate tail lights and blinkers/brakes (at night) is a nice bonus.
 

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I like how they look. I always wanted to put the 2016 mustang rear taillights in my 69 but they cost alot. Can u take a pic of the rear of your car with both taillights??
 

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Very much a like from me! Any plans for 65-66 set?
They do look like the 10-14 which are my favorite on newer cars.
 

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Is JC Whintey still open? LOL. Sorry, I'm not a fan of sequential lights.
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Not a fan of the 70 tail lights, so I would have to say these are an improvement.

69 tail lights aren't THAT much better either IMO, that's why I created some flush mounted tail lights for mine.
 

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I like those taillights a lot, is there a way you could tell me if there is still a way to get a pair and if so what the price would be?
 

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I like them... Clean and bright! I feel like the "grill" in the center needs something around the corners of the lights, though. It doesn't line up quite right (from the pic at that angle...), and it gives it a 95% finished look.
 
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