Agreed with the restorations kits. You can simply make your own kit too by wet sanding with 1000 and 2000 grit sandpaper followed with polish. If it's still not making a mark with the 1000, up it to 800 grit or even 400 grit. Takes time but will save you a lot of money compared to buying full replacements.
If that's still a no go, you can obviously buy a used set of Machs with clear headlights, but you can still buy new Depo replacements. They aren't cheap and most of the time they come without some of the inside guts but they will give you the shiny new looks.
Chemical guys has a good restore kit. A headlight polishing kit is only worth as much time as your willing to use. Mine needed work and it was about 2-3 hours per headlight to restore to crystal condition. The plastic and oxidiation requires a bit more effort and time wet sanding.
Used to own a top spec comp orange SVT EAP and sold it years ago
found one for a good deal recently and bought it, but it doesn't run.
Seems to be an electrical issue, previous owner did all kinds of crazy
lighting, sound system upgrades, and maybe an alarm.
I really lucked out...
So I have a new set of SVT Front-Strut Assemblies and it's overdue to replace the OEMs.
FYI- These are the complete-assembled units from an old Ford-Racing kit.... Got the rears already done now its the fronts turn
So reading past posts about how delicate the SVT Spindles can be... Plus the...
I am the second owner of my red '04 SVT 5 door with HIDs & 6 spoke wheels. I freakin love this car. It's my daily / simple car. I freshen up alot in the 2 years I've owned it, TB, suspension, axles, brakes, fixed imrc... all the best stuff I can find. I have an SCT tune soon to...
Found a 2004 on Facebook this morning. 1 owner. 170k miles. Runs and drives good, cold ac, new clutch. $1400. I didn't take a picture of the engine. Timing belt was supposedly done at the same time the clutch was done but I will pull the timing cover this weekend and check it out.