I think the waters become muddied when you approach the 4000 from '85 on.
They have a different style of fender, as well as marker light and turn signal
differences. I don't believe that an ealier style bucket will bolt in cleanly.
Perhaps others can clarify or confirm this...
Policy Administration Team
From: Michael Williams [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 02, 1998 4:53 PM
To: Hare,Stott (X); Dave; email@example.com
Subject: RE: headlight conversion
Hare,Stott (X) decided to speak these words:
> If you do have this conversion, you may want to also go the H4/H1
>Euro headlamps as well. This will substantially increase your light
>is also reasonably inexpensive. I got mine from Rapid Parts in NY for
>lamp/reflector (H4 or H1) and got my bulbs locally for $7 (per 80/100w
>$5 (per 100w H1). Custom wiring harness and relays are recommended as
>well. Total cost for my project was ~$150 for lamps, bulbs, relays and
OK, this seems like a good deal. Now, how easy would this be to do on an
85 4000Q? I would imagine that it is about the same, and i would die for
some euro lights...what do ya all think?
Michael Sheridan Williams
My new one: 1985 4000 S Quattro
172,000+ miles, and going like a new car
1985 Coupe GT(for sale, cheap, $1000)