Re: Need some headlights
I'm assuming yours are yellow and oxidized. If a body shop can't source some aftermarket replacements they can do a restoration to them. They sand them with a DA sander at 320 grit dry, 700 grit dry, and 1,100-1,200 grit wet. They are then buffed with a white buffing compound with a black fluffy buffing wheel. You will notice a difference, but depending on how bad and how long they've been that way, they likely will not be perfect. You will get a much better result doing this way than with the kits they sell at the auto parts stores. 89-91 Sable lights aren't totally clear. The lenses on the inside are molded to reflect light.
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1964 Thunderbird Hardtop- Chantily Beige- 390 FE 4V V8-Uncle's Car
1966 Thunderbird Convertible- Red- 390 FE 4V V8- Uncle's other car- waiting for paint and body work!!!