Leaving the Prison City Ramblers car show in Auburn today I wound up behind a nice white '28 A Tudor that was more street rod in touches and even though he had '46-'48 Chevy lights in the fenders they were damn near invisible. Looked like a single LED inside of them, at more than 50 feet they were about useless. Then he went over some bumps where the city is repaving a street and the door popped open, he had to shut it. It was funny in the moment but jeeze if the car's ever in a wreck the doors are going to fly open and the people inside fly right out. Something you guys might want to consider is have someone else drive the car and you follow it and see what other people see. Just because the lights work doesn't mean the visibility is great. I see a lot of cars get lights tacked on and they're meant to be roughly vertical, but get aimed up or down to fit the car's body. This one the angle was about right, they were just dark. I know we hate LED bulbs here but that alone would have made them a ton more visible. I wound up backing way off from the guy and he still made a left turn in front of me that surprised me because the lights were so dim. But I was glad he turned off and I didn't have to follow him anymore. And I think anything I have in the future is going to get bearclaw latches put in it. The door mechanisms out of 95-back GM G-vans are narrow enough they'd adapt easy to a lot of cars if you don't want to spring for some expensive 1-800 kit. The ones in the right side middle door may be even smaller, I haven't taken one apart yet.