I've got a 65 I use as a daily driver. I rarely use this car at night but when I do, I hope there are other cars on the road to light my way. I did the headlight relay trick to help get more power to the lights, but saw only marginal improvement. I figure, since I have the same headlights in that where there since I bought the car years ago, and who knows how long before then... Its time for new headlights. This is where My questions begin. I have done some research into this situation and have found three options that appeal to me.
Autozone has the sylvania replacement lights for super cheap. (Like 15 bucks or so.) Would I see an improvement over my current headlights or just a waste of the money?
My second option is the halogen headlight pair from cjponyparts. They look like a good middle of the road option. But are they much better that the cheapo sylvanias? they are listed at 33 for the pair.
MUSTANG HALOGEN HEADLIGHT H4 PAIR 1965-1973
The third option is the Hella E-code conversion kit. I have heard nothing but the best reviews for these headlights but at almost 90 bucks for the pair are they going to make a difference that I'm really going to see?
Susquehanna MotorSports - Auto Performance Product
I know they're not Dot approved, but that doesn't concern me.
What do you guys think? I'm not in the habit of wasting money just because someone says its "the best" but I do believe in buying quality.
I know I haven't mentioned xenon, but something about them doesn't appeal to me. maybe you can change my mind?