HEADLIGHT BODY: Describes the sheet metal pot welded to the front fender that houses the headlight, its bulbs and wiring
HEADLIGHT BUCKET: Describes the headlight housing of classic cars having separate headlights not integrated into the body line
HEADLIGHT COVER: Describes a unit protecting against dirt or stone damage when lights are not in use.
HEADLIGHT MOUNTING PANEL: Describes a sheet metal panel designed for rectangular headlights spot-welded to the front section of modern cars.
HEADLIGHT VISOR: Describes a partial lid that covers the top part of the headlight found on some classic cars.
LENS: Describes the front cover of a headlight signal light, taillight or backup light cover through which the light shines.
PARABOLIC REFLECTOR: Describes a style of headlight reflector design popular during the Fifties and Sixties.
PERSPEX: Describes a thermoplastic polymer derived from methyl acrylate known for its excellent optical qualities and weather resistance, used in the production of rear lights.
SIDELIGHT POD: Describes a design feature of some Fifties and Sixties cars whose side lights were incorporated into a separate sheet metal moulding that sat on the top of the front fenders.
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