Yep, took the time to look them up, and not Hella. I would venture to say that Hella's optics are better though. Also, I took the time to look up cost on Hella housings since I was researching anyway, and their conversion housings run from $30-45 a piece depending on where you get them. LED's are starting at around $40 a pair up to $200. I just installed a midrange set in my 2000 Mustang, and will never go back to a halogen bulbs after seeing the difference.
I bought a set of 4 Halogens sealed beam ones off a Corvette resto guy on EBAY for $34USD.
They would fit straight in to a Challenger mounting and plugs wise - but you would need to fit relays.
They look very much like the originals as well.
It says sold individually.
I already bought a set of Hella H4s for mine - and plan to use H4 LEDs - have one in my '82 Gold Wind already and works great. Mainly for lower current draw and for bulb life rating as I plan to run the headlights on most of the time like DRLs. Not installed yet though - the one thing I am not sure about is what to do for the rubber boot with LED bulbs - the Honda boot fit ok 0 the Hella will require modification - tried a few aftermarket boots to see if they would work but no
I found these a while back and was thinking about trying a set. They are customizable and they are glass! The price isn't near what the Holley units are and have enough rear clearance without modifications to the buckets. The ones that I picked have the OE grids and LED bulbs. $359 for set of four.
I found the OEM type halogen seal beams with relays work pretty good for me. I tried two different H4 reflector housings with LEDs and couldn’t align the headlights. LEDs are bright, but too much light scatter for my liking.
I just bought a pair of these on Ebay to try on my Cuda. They have the fluted lenses so they look more like a sealed beam. They use the H4 bulbs and I'm going to try them with LED bulbs. About $20 each, so not a big investment.