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    driving lights for 355 nose  What are you using

    I've been searching for a set of driving lights to fill the 3" holes on my 355 nose. What is everyone else using?
    1986 Fiero GT 3.4 5-speed with 355 nose and tailights

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    Re: driving lights for 355 nose *What are you usin

    CATZ MSC are the prefect size. Also, late model truck from either ford/chrysler(can't remember) uses same brand Valeo lights as 355. New beetles use Valeo also, but I believe they are smaller.

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    Re:driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using

    When I built my Mirage Kit, I used driving lights out of a Pontiac Firebird or Grand AM. They look great are adjustable, use the Fireo wiring, fit the opening and don't cost a lot of cash.

    On my Air Dynamics package with a lot of Ferrari OEM parts, I used OEM 355 Driving lights. They cost about $350 for each side. I selected them because they fir the mounts, had the correct angle to the light and really lit it up at night.
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    Re:driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using

    I found a set of Hella lights that might work. All I have to do is get to the speed shop and pick them up. I'll let everyone know how I made out then
    1986 Fiero GT 3.4 5-speed with 355 nose and tailights

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    Re:driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using

    I picked up the Hellas yesterday and they fit nicely. They are not round like was pictured, but are oval. 3 1/8" on the long edge and 2 1/2" on the vertical. Should look pretty good once they are mounted.
    1986 Fiero GT 3.4 5-speed with 355 nose and tailights

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    Re:driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using


    I used a set of Eagle Eye fog lights (3 inch I think slightly larger than the hole), but I saw a set of pilot foglights with the blue tint $30.00 for a pair at advance auto parts.
    To make it look right and work right I let the bottom of the light rest on the bottom lip. I let the top of the light go into bumper..(you can't see the top of the light if you look at it at the front of the car)
    IMHO looks great and work great...

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    Re: driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using

    I used the OEM 355 parts. Mark's is pretty close.
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    Re: driving lights for 355 nose *What are you using

    I would show a picture of mine but my picture option has been taken away but they came from Wally World and fit perfect they were 30 bucks.

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