Sorry to report that things are NOT going well with this purchase. I received the lights with a visibly loose/faulty wiring connection to one turn signal (that signal didn't work), and was instructed by the manufacturer to go through several stages of removal/reinstallation, including swapping wires between right and left headlights, before they would agree to send out a new part. About 4 hr of my time wasted. The resulting shipment of a replacement wire bundle got stuck in customs in Brussels because (per UPS): "The commercial invoice is missing and is required for export. / Delivery rescheduled." On top of that, I got hit with a surprise customs bill for unpaid duty with a threat of penalty interest. Rather than taking credit for the error, Rapid Ford's response was that it's standard for the customer in the U.S. to have to pay duty before an item will be released for import. I find it hard to believe that purchasers routinely tolerate having their shipment held up in some border town between the shipping and delivering endpoints and getting hit with a bill that was not included in the original price agreement! Furthermore, I was informed that I must have gotten off lucky to avoid having my item held up by a customs bill the first time round!
Needless to say, my customer service impression is very low at this point. I'm hoping RapidFord will manage to sort things out to my satisfaction, but not holding my breath
Regarding how the lights work: I'll reserve judgment until I get the proper wiring shipped and installed, after which I can try to adjust them correctly (installation insturctions were pure crap, by the way - half a page that seemed to be printed off somebody's personal computer, with one inadequate diagram and inadequate/improper instructions about disconnecting original parts). I'm putting that off for now because the adjustment screws are soft plastic, placed in hard-to-reach locations, and I don't want to mess with them too much for fear of stripping them. Cosmetically, I think the lights look pretty good in black, which is good because they don't seem like they're textured to take paint to cleanly match the other body panels around the lights. My overall impression is that they're made rather cheaply and are not worth the price I paid, but they're still (hopefully) serviceable, and should eventually accomplish my goal of turning the "cute" bugeye look into something more aggressive and
By the way, brfatal was right about Rapid Ford NOT being the same company as Morette, and it's actually a bigger problem than I'd imagined. As per Natalie's post (above), RF sells the presumably original Morette lights from their England location, but they're manufactured and shipped out of Belgium (by Harold, who is presumably the original maker of Morette lights). The two companies don't communicate well, and it seems that for one reason or another, anything that goes wrong is all but impossible to fix.
Natalie at RapidFord tells me she's trying to put things right, I'll report back if/when that happens.