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The problem with trying to get rid of flicker with incandescent lights is the power consumption.  You can do it, but it requires some really large components!  If you add a rectifier and a large capacitor, you can buffer the incandescent lights.  However, depending on the lighting power requirements, it will be a large or very large capacitor!  If you go the LED lighting route, you end up with much more even lighting that is flicker-free and also has intensity adjustment capability.  Did I mention that you also cut the power requirements by 90-95% as well?

You can go with the turn-key kit that has everything you need to light two passenger cars: Passenger Car LED Lighting Kit

You can also just use the regulator module and supply your own LED strips, if you don't mind a little soldering, this cuts the price in half: LED Lighting Regulator

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