I was wondering if anyone has ever heard, seen, or done this: have one actuator controlling both headlight doors, much like what is found on some of the early 70’s model Lincoln Continental Mark series? I remember seeing that step in them at the junk yard, seems simple enough. I’ve seen a few videos on YouTube of folks doing electric motor conversion, but to me they open and close too fast. I think it’s doable but was wondering if someone has done it to have any pointers. Before I deployed to Iraq, I removed a spring on both doors so they would open and close under their own power, pretty sure either the actuators are going bad or I have a lack of vacuum, the 289 is in bad shape. But I replace all the vacuum lines prior to that though. I think it would be a classy upgrade to have the doors in unison.