I love neon lights,especially sound ativated ,they dance on my dash,top of head rests,flashing in cargo everytime I turn on my music...I guess i'm little crazy but I like them,hehehe.Do you have any in your Pilot?
Does age have anything to do with neons??When I bought them they did not ask for my age,haha and I dont remember seeing on the pakages either.I'm not sure if they 're suitable for Pilot(mine)but alot of people asked me where I got them from(adults)I guess they like neons too.
This is a joke, right? Either you have a Pilot and are joking, or you really have a Ford Fairlane, with full hydraulics, mirror dice, lowered chassis, mini wheels, dual chrome rear antennas, 5000 megawatt sound system, and the little dog on the rear shelf whose eyes light up when you hit the brakes.
Main Entry: 1ne·on
Etymology: Greek, neuter of neos new -- more at NEW
1 : a colorless odorless mostly inert gaseous element that is found in minute amounts in air and is used in electric lamps -- see ELEMENT table
2 a : a discharge lamp in which the gas contains a large proportion of neon b : a sign composed of such lamps c : the illumination provided by such lamps or signs
- ne·oned /-"änd/ adjective
3 : a crappy little car manufactured by Dodge, but it's still better than a Ford Escort.
Tim,you do sell neon stuff,are they only for kids Tim?seems like our Pilot members here dislike em.Do they really make the vehicles less valueable and their owners look like kids?Well,stay young is what I've tried every day.If you still carry neons in your stock ,either drop them or add more cool stuff such as shoeses with lights or shades with sound-activated neons on them.By the way,if any of our Pilot brothers and sisters interest in neons,let me know,I have almost a thousand dollars worth of neons to resell,haha.Or if some of you wanna be young go to Salesco.com or illusionsneon.com.(You have to click on the "Under 18 to get in" hehehe.