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Old 02-13-2007, 06:16 PM
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35 Ford Front Turn Signals

Need some ideas on front turn signals for my 35. The car will have a retro hot rod look. I plan on having a front bumper, but would prefer to not have bullet lights or other "add-ons".

One thought I had was to mount a motorcycle fender light onto the bucket.

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The way I do all my cars is to flash the lo-beams on the headlights. I show the simple two relay, 3 resistor circuit I make in my Project Journal . That way you don't have to add any non stock looking doo-dads.
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The way I do all my cars is to flash the lo-beams on the headlights. I show the simple two relay, 3 resistor circuit I make in my Project Journal . That way you don't have to add any non stock looking doo-dads.
But, what happens at night????? Does the one side headlight blink?
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I have seen headlights that have an indicator as part of the headlamp assy

They have the halogen bulb and on the bottom of the lamp assy is an amber bulb.

Have no idea where to get them tho.

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But, what happens at night????? Does the one side headlight blink?
Yep. Really neat! Never been bothered by cops. All the vehicle code says is for turn signals there must be a blinking light on each corner of the car. Doesn't say which light it should be. And since the whole purpose of a turn signal is to get the other driver's attention, a blinking headlight does that in spades.
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How about some 33-34 or 32 cowl lamps?? Beautiful things and a real surprise on a 35!
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I used these off front of motor cycle
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