Well, unlike the old sealed beams, my xenons don't flicker, I only have to change the bulbs instead of the whole unit, I can actually see where I am going at night because of how bright they are, and people that I meet at car shows like them. You can sort of see that they look different from the sealed beam headlights if you look at the pictures in my gallery. The bulbs give the headlights a sort of blue colour when they aren't on.
I was just asking because I was curious. I mean, I see the expensive kits for a halogen conversion, and I don't understand why people are willing to pay $60 and up for lights when I got my xenons for $10 and something like $20 shipping.
1966 Mustang Sprint 200 "Oliver"... factory fog lamps, factory rally pac, off the road for restoration.
2005 Mustang 4.0 litre... Airaid CAI, Honeycomb taillamp panel, more mods to follow.