Auto Lights Accessories Car LED Lighting Custom Bulbs Parts ShopPMLIT ORACLE Headlight Angel Eyes Demon HALO Rings DRL Headlamp Kit

Auto Lights Accessories Car LED Lighting Custom Bulbs Parts ShopPMLIT ORACLE Headlight Angel Eyes Demon HALO Rings DRL Headlamp Kit

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ShopPMLIT is a company dedicated to bringing the very best lighting auto parts, custom light car accessories, for head-lamps, fog-lights and more. We ship to our auto modification enthusiasts in the U.S. and abroad, we specialize in international shipping.

Nowadays, there are plenty of stores online claiming to sell halo lights and automotive parts from top name brands, but many of these stores are selling counterfeit goods that could be dangerous for you and for your vehicle. We are a reputable, authorized dealer of PMLIT autoparts and Oracle Lighting headlights, taillights, interior dome lights and other lighting auto accessories. When you shop with us, you can be certain that you’re getting authentic high quality parts at the best possible prices. Never drive with inadequate lighting again!

At ShopPMLIT, we believe that if we truly want to be the best source for everything lighting related, from Plasma projector headlights to LED taillight designs. We strive to give the best service possible to every individual customer. That means that we’re always here to assist you with anything that you need.

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We stand behind every product that we sell and offer, guaranteeing that you will be satisfied with your purchase. Although we take the time to carefully inspect every product that we ship. If something arrives to you damaged during shipping, we will take the steps necessary to replace it and set the situation right. Our 100 percent money-back guarantee and generous 30-day return policy, will allow you to shop with confidence. We look forward knowing you’ll be completely happy with your new lighting car accessories or auto parts like custom headlights., Your One Stop Lit Shop!™

On our site, you’ll find the best selection of PLMIT car parts and Oracle lighting auto accessories, such as for headlight, fog-lights and taillights. We are the number one distributor in North America, because of our commitment to keeping a huge selection of styles in stock. Providing the very best customer service, auto parts information and parts details from the very start; it is our pleasure to serve our auto tuning enthusiasts.

If it’s new aftermarket auto light lamps or specialty car parts that you’re shopping for, you’ve found the very best place to get the best deals on the highest quality parts available. We also maintain a blog and news page to provide you with valuable tips …

73 Chevrolet Caprice (Bethlehem Police Car) (1994) (2)

73 Chevrolet Caprice (Bethlehem Police Car) (1994) (2)

Chevrolet Caprice (1991-96) Engine 5700cc V8
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The fourth geneeration Caprice, introduced in 1991 was completely restyled, replacing the third generations rectilinear design with rounded, more aerodynamic sheetmetal. While the body and interior were all new, excluding the Anti-Lock Braking System — the chassis and powertrain were carried over from April 1990.and several major components (including the floor pan) are entirely interchangeable between 1977 and 1996.
The new styling received a luke warm reception, which hit sales figures. For 1993 there were some revisions, the most obvious being the removal of the skirted rear wheel wells on the Sedans while the Estates retained their skirted wheels
n 1994 the Caprice received the new-generation GM engines, including an optional detuned version of the Corvette’s LT1 350 cu in engie of 260bhp.
The standard engine in all sedans, including the 9C1 police cars, was the 200 hp L99 263 (4.3 L) V8. The LT1 was optional in the 9C1 police-package and standard in the wagon.
The Caprice 9C1 with the LT1 engine became one of the fastest and most popular modern day police vehicles. This vehicle established such strong devotion by many police departments that a cottage industry thrived in refurbishing Caprices for continued police service after GM discontinued production of the car,

Shot at Tatton Park, Manchester, Classic Car Show 18:08:2012 REF 88-73.

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Vinsetta Garage – Berkley MI

Vinsetta Garage - Berkley MI

Located in Berkley, a suburb of Detroit, this garage opened in 1919. You are guaranteed to see classic cars pulling in and out of there every day of the year. located on busy Woodward Avenue. I had to get another shot of this building as it is the first time I have ever seen it without a car parked out front cluttering the shot!

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Chevrolet 1965 Corvair Corsa Two-door Hardtop

Chevrolet 1965 Corvair Corsa Two-door Hardtop

Once in a while things change from the everyday and someone tries something new.

If you are on top, and things are going great, this tends not to happen. So it was with some surprise that the great General Motors, leading vehicle manufacturer of the world, with more than 30% total global market share, tried something ‘new’.

Having successfully built its huge empire, primarily in the US, by producing ever larger Body-on-Frame (BOF) full sized cars, exhibiting more chrome, more fin and more engine than the facing competition, it was a small (by US Standards), rear-engined, bath-tub shaped car named Corvair (after a Corvette-based concept from 1955), that showed that the big dog could learn a new trick.

The ‘new’ was not without precedent. In the back rooms, GM engineers were trying all sorts of interesting things, but Styling and Marketing were more than happy to fill up customer orders faster than the factory could build them. However, as the facing ‘Independent’ US manufacturers were in terminal decline during these early post war period, a new competitor was slowly gaining ground, not by copying GM’s flash and fins, but with a little, ugly, slow car from Germany. The badge said VW, but the car was known as the ‘Beetle’.

The Beetle template was straight forward: engine in the back, behind the rear axle. The engine was made of aluminium to help with the weight distribution, and featured horizontally opposed pistons to keep the engine height down. The ‘chassis’ was a simple platform, with the engine hung out the back by four bolts and a throttle cable. The bodywork, designed prior to the war under Adolph Hitler’s close watch, wore an aerodynamic profile, grilleless nose and room for four passengers. The original brief for the car was to be capable of 100 km/h on the new Autobahns, all day long, reliably and economically. Not only was the car designed to a tight, modest brief, it was also intended to put the German populace on wheels, much the way the Ford Model T had in the US 30 years earlier.

Such a modest car was not within the ‘competitive set’ for any of GM’s US product lines, but it was an irritating itch during a prosperous 1950s post-war America, and GM’s crystal-ball readers had forecast that the economy could not continue you grow in an interrupted manner, and there would be a market for a cheaper, more modest car that wore a well-known US manufacturers badge. Ford had similarly crystal-balled this scenario, and produced the cost-focused Falcon, and similarly Chrysler with the Valiant.

Of these products though, GM was the most ambitious, and reset the US-made template.

The car: Corvair.

The Legacy: Disaster!

How could it all go so wrong?

The same drivers that led to the very modest Ford Flacon found their way into the specification of the Corvair’s rear suspension. Missing the stabiliser bars of high-spec performance models, the base Corvair developed a reputation for falling off the road. The …

Auto Parts Machine Shop Service

Auto Parts Machine Shop Service

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