Fredd mentioned something about headlights the other day, so I dug out the ones I'll be replacing the sealed beams with.
These are "NEO-940" units, sometimes called "940CEH4", made by a place in India called "Neolite Products", and they produce clones (or knock-offs, if you will) of various High Performance automotive lighting items made by other companies.
Before you scream too loudly about "Counterfeit Products!!", from looking at their product line they seem to specialize in "classic" designs that are no longer produced by the original manufacturer.
They seem nicely made.
They take a standard "H-4" 50W/65W halogen bulb.
And they're functionally equivalent to the Cibie model they copied.
I'll probably go with a different bulb, since these things came with "no-name" bulbs, and the box isn't marked with country of origin. Daniel Stern Lighting has replacement bulbs that are rated "+50", "+110", etc, similar to "+P" loads in a hand gun.
The reviews on these low cost replacement are quite good. The pattern is excellent on low beam, and they really light up the road on high.
Hopefully I'll get to try them this summer!