yeah...thats the car in the other thread. the article said they were "projector"fogs but i think its just a dop ass set of fogs behind some clean glass. maybe they are some sort of projector fogs. they look awesome though.
The PIAA that looks like that is called the 959. It has the same dimensions as the Corrado G60 foglight, but it has to be rigged in order to be secured since it won't just bolt in. It uses Hella micro DE technology. Worth the effort, imho.
The lights in the first pic on the C are so exactly the ones you get from schucks. They are a black body with a yellow/blue light lense to them pending on what angle you look at them. Go to your local shop and look. My G friend has them on her Amigo. Exact ones!
They were just mounted inside the glass, and in front of the mirror on the back.
I saw this done several years ago on a VR6 Corrado. In Canada, we get dummy foglights, that is you get the glass, but nothing behind it. So the owner mounted a set of PIAA type lights behind the glass, and it looked damn similar to the car above. The reason that the car above probably did that is to correct the inherent cracking problem of the factory fogs. However, the New Dimensions fogs do the trick as well. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
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