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I got this CANBUS LED headlight kit from my friends at Motorfiend.

Link to kit: http://www.motorfiend.com/Single-Beam-G6-2016-LED-Kit/

Link to both high and low beams: http://www.motorfiend.com/G6-2016-led-headlight-kits/

Link to Motorfiend: http://www.motorfiend.com 

It's a unique kit in that you can alter the color temperature to suit your taste. I opted for no color temperature change and just installed the bulbs directly. I was VERY happy with the result. I was even happier that the kit was so easy to install.

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In this episode of the #FairmontProject I wrap up the frame connectors. Last time I didn't complete the work because I wanted to come up with a solution for the shorter Mustang frame connectors. My Fairmont is about 4" longer than a Mustang. My solution was to add some home made extensions to the existing frame connectors.

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Here's another one from the Fixing it Forward series. In the spirit of keeping cost down I went by some viewer suggestions and attempted to fix the rear wing window motors on this 1998 Chrysler Town and Country. Guess what, it worked.

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The windshield on my 2004 Honda Element has been cracked for years. After last winter the crack had reached half way across and I decided it was time to do something about it.

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I've started the modifications on the 1979 Ford Fairmont. Remember kids, many of the things I do to this car also apply to Mustangs from 1979-1992. So if you're looking for a walkthrough on installing frame connectors, this will work for you too.