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« Reply #15 on: 23 January 2019, 17:52:14 »

Just retro-fit 1500w Tungsten halogen floodlights  8)
and a BIG inverter obviously  ;D
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« Reply #16 on: 23 January 2019, 19:08:41 »

 ;D :D
Just retro-fit 1500w Tungsten halogen floodlights  8)
and a BIG inverter obviously  ;D
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« Reply #17 on: 23 January 2019, 19:56:11 »

Hmmm,interesting.Mine has footwell lights ??? There's one each side set in the fibreboard[or whatever it's made of]that fits between the lower dash and the bulkhead/toeboard.I always took them to be standard but obviously a previous owner must have taken the trouble to fit them/wire them in :o
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« Reply #18 on: 23 January 2019, 22:18:44 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
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« Reply #19 on: 24 January 2019, 14:31:58 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
got plenty of ability and imagonation so once she is on the road thats a job to do is the hole in the board?
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« Reply #20 on: 24 January 2019, 15:54:56 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
got plenty of ability and imagonation so once she is on the road thats a job to do is the hole in the board?
Possibly, can't immediately recall without it in front of me  ;)
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« Reply #21 on: 25 January 2019, 13:16:35 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
got plenty of ability and imagonation so once she is on the road thats a job to do is the hole in the board?
Possibly, can't immediately recall without it in front of me  ;)
thanks mate ill pull one of mine down and have a butchers
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« Reply #22 on: 25 January 2019, 18:03:40 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
I don't think it was ever offered on an Omega...
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« Reply #23 on: 25 January 2019, 19:29:44 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
I don't think it was ever offered on an Omega...
Hmmm,interesting.Mine has footwell lights ??? There's one each side set in the fibreboard[or whatever it's made of]that fits between the lower dash and the bulkhead/toeboard.I always took them to be standard but obviously a previous owner must have taken the trouble to fit them/wire them in :o
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« Reply #24 on: 25 January 2019, 20:25:54 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
I don't think it was ever offered on an Omega...
Hmmm,interesting.Mine has footwell lights ??? There's one each side set in the fibreboard[or whatever it's made of]that fits between the lower dash and the bulkhead/toeboard.I always took them to be standard but obviously a previous owner must have taken the trouble to fit them/wire them in :o
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I repeat, I don't think it was ever offered on any Omega, PFL, MFL or FL.

That doesn't stop people fitting shit;).  In the same way a Focus never had under-car lighting, but some idiot near me has had it fitted. I suspect he's from Banburyshire.
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« Reply #25 on: 25 January 2019, 20:28:57 »

It's an earlier Elite thing ;)

Easy enough to retrofit (with some ability and imagination) and, iirc, uses the same lamp unit as the estate boot light ;)
I don't think it was ever offered on an Omega...
iam going to visit my local salvage yard tomorow and get a couple of boot lights and connectors and have a go at fitting them in the footwells :)
Hmmm,interesting.Mine has footwell lights ??? There's one each side set in the fibreboard[or whatever it's made of]that fits between the lower dash and the bulkhead/toeboard.I always took them to be standard but obviously a previous owner must have taken the trouble to fit them/wire them in :o
:D
I repeat, I don't think it was ever offered on any Omega, PFL, MFL or FL.

That doesn't stop people fitting shit;).  In the same way a Focus never had under-car lighting, but some idiot near me has had it fitted. I suspect he's from Banburyshire.
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