they are the 2 better ones, i cleaned them up a little with meguiars plastx cleaner.
one has 2 little rock chips that you cant see in the pic, you have to look very close.
one has a liitle chrome starting to wear off at the outer edges and black is showing through, but looks good on the car, the other one has a little oversparay on the back of it and has a spider egg sack in the corner of the lense.
this pairs comes with the 8" wire lead and bulb socket but socket has the tabs broke a liltte.
here is the spare lense, its as clean as the first pair.
*these are the plastic ones that come on the 91-92 es, i can get the glass lensed metal housings ones too that came off the aa lebarons and the acclaims. they have a different bulb socket with the ruber around the socket but the connectors at the end are the same, so they are interchangeable, the mounts are different also.
no problem. i might put the other set on ebay in a couple days if no one here wants them. there is a glass lens set on ebay right now for $41 with a day left on them, so i'll be going back for a few sets of those.
i know the daytonas lights screw into the bumper, these go with metal brackets that bolt to the inside of the bumper through the top, but if these would fit in the hole on the bumper of the daytona, i am sure it would look good and wouldnt be too bad to make work. they are 6" x 2 1/2" x 2 3/8" deep.
they would be the same price. clearance would be the only issue. measure your fog light hole in the bumper and see if the above dimensions will fit, if so it would be easy, these fogs have 2 slots on them to mount with a thin 2" wide metal tab.
If you would be able to get those with the brackets, I would take those. That way I would know for sure that they are the same as what I have. And if you would like, I can pay you now and just have you ship them out as soon as you get them.
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