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  • What kind of headlights are these?

    Curious as to what kind of headlights these are. The ones on the kenmeri with the cat on them. Thanks

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    Sorry, the photo above is too small. This car has em also. Thanks. Any idea who makes these headlights? Thanks
    Last edited by mrdeath; 08-04-2016, 08:23 PM.

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    • #3
      The cat logo belongs to SEV Marchal, French automotive electrical component manufacturers who produce many parts including fog and spot lamps. The Japanese car scene seem to have taken the logo to their hearts along with many other European company logo's.

      https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=se...yHDtkQ_AUIBigB

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      • #4
        While I'm here, try posting your pictures through a host like flickr or photobucket, etc

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        • #5
          Is it just a sticker on the light? Or

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          • #6
            There are four common types of automotive headlights: halogen, LED, Xenon/HID, and laser. Composite/halogen headlights are the most common type of light source used in modern headlights. They are an improved version of the sealed-beam incandescent lights used in older vehicles. Light-Emitting Diode or bulbs illuminate by undergoing the process of electroluminescence. This happens when electrons are shot towards positively charged holes in a semiconductor, causing them to release energy as photons and emit light. Xenon, otherwise known as High-Intensity Discharge or HID lights, is a type of headlight that is commonly installed on higher-end vehicles. Laser headlights are a recent innovation in automotive lighting technology. These lights illuminate through the process of chemiluminescence, which means they produce light by triggering a chemical reaction.

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            • #7
              Hi hitch a ride to the best

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              • #8
                The cat graphic was popular in many yesteryear races, like Rally, tracks, endurances, if not mistaken.

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