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    Member Kevin-Allocca's Avatar
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    driving lights, how many is too many?

    I have purchased a set of TTG driving light from Eric Linden and now not sure I should install them. I am running the stock sugar scoops on my 68' and fog lights. I am worried that the TTG driving lights many be over the top. Before I push forward with the install I am seeking some input from this group. If anyone has all three lights installed on their car, I would love to see a photo. Thank you for your input! Kevin

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    Hey Kevin,
    As you know I like lights.... Here's a pic of a car purchased new through my dad, photo was taken when the car was new. This car was ordered in 1970 with above the bumper driving lights, and below bumper fogs.
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    Thanks for the photo!

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    I luv that. A set of hood lights would make it complete.

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    Looks great- clean, functional...purposeful. Very German to me.
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    I love 'em!

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    My 72 with lots of lights IMG_2289.jpg
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    Thanks Serge! Was that photo taken at the Simeon Museum??

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    That is indeed Dr. Simeone's 917. I was there that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Hey Kevin,
    As you know I like lights.... Here's a pic of a car purchased new through my dad, photo was taken when the car was new. This car was ordered in 1970 with above the bumper driving lights, and below bumper fogs.
    I almost bought that Porsche just for the lights - Go forth and illuminate!
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