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Rectangular Halo Headlights Products Introduced at Columbus Car Show
RedLine LumTronix has created halo headlights for classic cars that use rectangular headlights.
The revolutionary “Diamond Series” features two halo types: single color white and 16 multi-colors in 7” and 6” size headlights. This makeover headlight modernizes the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) headlight from a low visibility parabolic lens headlight to a 50% brighter crystal clear lens with a LED halo that adds elegance, style and sophistication. (This look is similar to the daylight running lights (DLE) featured on the Audi and BMW.) The multi-color halos change color with a credit card size remote, giving a classic car a look to go with its exterior color or along with the growl of its engine!
“Many requests from classic car owners who used rectangular headlights influenced us to add them to our product line, and not just as a custom order,” said Tony Giametta, president.
The rectangular halo headlights replace sealed beam 6”×4” four headlight systems and 7”×6” two headlight systems. The halo employs a stylish design with a straight edge on both the top and bottom, a half-moon design on each side, and evenly placed Surface Mount Device (SMD) LEDs surround the halo. The headlights work in all makes and models of automobiles, trucks and motorcycles, as well as current trucks, ATVs, Toyota, Hummer, Range Rover and Jeep.
RedLine LumTronix products are international, with customers in Canada, United States, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain, South Africa, Germany, Australia and Belgium. Founded in 2011, the company created a new marketplace for headlight and lighting technology that compliments classic vehicles of all ages.
Halo headlights are sold through partner dealers including Danchuk, California Pacific JBugs, C J Pony Parts, Eckler’s Automotive Group, National Parts Depot, Mustangs Unlimited, Mid-American Motorworks, Georgia Classics, and Black Knight Performance Engineering.
Headquartered in Ocean Springs, MS, the company is privately owned by Tony and Janet Giametta. For more product information, visit the website www.haloheadlights.co/