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As you may recall; I have been desirous to install some driving lights on my Speedster.

 Having been previously acquainted with the front bumper mount provided with the, the now defunct, Classic Motor Carriages Speedster kit and finding it unsuitable for use on my car due to the several modifications which have been installed; I took it upon myself to devise a better “mouse trap” even if such a device is only suitable for my personal use. So to that end I submit the following documents in sincere hope that they might be of some use to those finding themselves in similar circumstances and with like mind desires.

 After reading your comments of  several weeks ago, or so, concerning this project; I now have installed what I believe to be a proper solution to the problem.

See the attachment.

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Ok. Here's a shot of the driving lights installed on the Speedster. They are old Hella Optilux, 6" diameter. I'm not sure if they might not be too large. I haven't wired them yet. It too hot! The car isn't driven much at night. The real purpose is to hide some of the paint chips. I'll also add a license plate to the front. That will cover a multitude of sins! Wish I had bought a clear bra in the beginning.IMG_20200907_165947567

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Ok. Here's a shot of the driving lights installed on the Speedster. They are old Hella Optilux, 6" diameter. I'm not sure if they might not be too large. I haven't wired them yet. It too hot! The car isn't driven much at night. The real purpose is to hide some of the paint chips. I'll also add a license plate to the front. That will cover a multitude of sins! Wish I had bought a clear bra in the beginning.IMG_20200907_165947567

how interesting how they made the speaker grills 

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