Clint Eastwood has driven a number of great cars in his movie career. We immediately think about "Grand Torino" and 1968 Ford Custom in "Dirty Harry." But, let's not forget the GMC Sierra he drove along with co-star Clyde the orangutan in "Every Which Way But Loose." Take a close look at the flick next time it's on one of classic movie cable TV channels and you'll see that it has more antennas than a lonely CBer's van and a great set of off-road lights. However, we don't know what kind of GMC headlight bulbs he was running.
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To be honest, there have been a lot of improvements in GMC headlight bulbs since 1978, when they released "Every Which Way But Loose." Back then you had about one choice when you headed down to the parts store to find a replacement GMC headlight bulb. Today you have a wide range of GMC headlight bulbs, including halogen and HID (high-intensity discharge) xenon bulbs. These modern GMC headlight bulbs give you a far brighter light and they last longer than previous bulbs. As you look through the AutoAnything selection of GMC headlight bulbs, remember our low price guarantee and free shipping offer.