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Stuff I like: Round Headlights

Posted on October 11, 2010 by in On the Road

Round Ford Mustang headlights

I didn’t realize it at first, but recently I’ve noticed a trend in cars that I fall in love with.  Classy, simple round headlights always seem to make my day.  My all-time favorite cars all seem to have them, and I’m of the belief that any car would look better with a set of well-integrated round headlights.  Here are just a few examples, so you can see what I’m talking about.

These elegant, beautiful headlights look great on all cars, whether they’re new or old, fast or slow.  I’m only disappointed that so few new cars include standard round headlights.

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4 Responses to “Stuff I like: Round Headlights”

  1. Chris Hecht 15 October 2010 at 11:08 am #

    Totally agree Jesse! Love me some round headlights from Model A roadsters and coupes to 60’s muscle to 70’s Japanese and Euro. Dang! Bring back the round lights! Hey, just remember my 2002 Bugeye has round headlights and fogs. 😉 Yesss!

  2. Jesse 15 October 2010 at 3:52 pm #

    I’m beginning the research phase of mounting quad round headlights from a BMW e30 (80’s 3-series) onto my e36 (90’s 3-series)… I’ll definitely post how that goes on here.

  3. Keith 1 February 2011 at 6:50 am #

    I love round headlights on any car. I have a modern car, (a 1996 Infititi I-30) and I hate my headlight shapes. Is there an affordable way to change this to the classic round headlights, like “old” cars had and still pas inspection? I see alot of customization for lenses, but they are round lights reseased behind lense covers that are not round. I just want round headlights, plane and symple! . Any suggestions?

  4. Jay 22 April 2011 at 4:41 pm #

    Bit late to the party on this one,

    I’m telling you man. Because I’m a whore, I spread the E30 love.
    What’s not to love about this, eh?

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