Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 10:49:18 +0200
From: Greg Farris <farrisnospam.org>
Subject: Re: 9000 CS model: Additional backup lights in front indicator lights??


In article <c162g2djoumut7l6b6nbrrokssikgnhf81nospamcom>, nelfrikandelnospamail.com says... > >...yes, and probably the orignal 9000 that have the bigger two colour >(900 like) front indicator lights set must have had them too. At least >for the North American market. In the old world side marker lights and >cornering lights were illegal in most countries... Imported north >American cars used to have to be adapted before being issued a license >plate. > >But the later model 9K with the flatter nose has a smaller turning That sounds backwards to me. My recollection is that European cars imported to the US had to b fitted with crappy "sealed-beam" headlights because all their high-performance halogen lights were illegal in the US. Cars like Citroen, with mechanical cornering lights had to be substantially modified for US import. Can't think of a North American car with cornering lights. GF

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