German type 44 scene
Michael Riebs / Audi V8
AudiV8 at 1stchoicegranite.com
Fri Aug 9 17:09:32 EDT 2002
I think it's a DOT conversion. Here in the US the inners were high-beams,
and the outers *could* be both high & low.
You ask "why would someone who had E-specs do a DOT conversion?"
For looks! It's "cool" in Europe, because it's different!
Michael L. Riebs
Grand Rapids, Michigan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Per Lindgren" <lindgre at online.no>
To: <BenediktRochow at oaktech.com>
Cc: <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 2:43 PM
Subject: Re: German type 44 scene
> Those are Hella lights, from their universal catalogue. These lights are
> very common on the city buses in my part of the world, and was also used
> in Hella front grilles for Golf/Jetta2 and ProjektZwo grill for the
> Vanagon. They are low beam units, and I guess the owner of that 44 has
> put them in the inner location to mimic the newest facelift of the Audi
> A3, which has the low beams in the inner unit of the dual headlights.
> 87 Cq
> BenediktRochow at oaktech.com wrote:
> >Is it known who makes the sealed-beam-sized projector headlights
> >seen in the following picture?
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