Dual round headlights

RoyalNite

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Aug 4, 2020
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Anyone else ever try to do something like this with the headlights. If so how?
 

UC645

G-Body Guru
Apr 20, 2020
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Kittanning, Pa
88-98 Blazer/Tahoe headlights would look better in my opinion. Or Celebrity lights if you can find them.
Regardless, 5 inch lights might work if you got some buckets from a donor. Jeep maybe?
 
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81Regal

Royal Smart Person
Apr 5, 2009
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Terril Iowa
The round lights dont look bad IMO, not a fan of the bumper though.
 
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Mac442

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Apr 25, 2020
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Ocean County, NJ
I feel like something is missing...needs a Charcoal or reddish bowtie emblem in the middle of that grille, perhaps from a newer Chevy.
 
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fleming442

Captain Tenneal
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See? Here's my issue with this whole thing: if you like the look, there are ways to make it yours. Figure it out, make it yours, and make it happen. The headlights are easy: get some dual buckets and bolt them in. The hard part is trimming it out to look OEM.
 
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Tony1968

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Jul 1, 2018
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NW Indiana
Hot rodding is a very subjective thing. If that's what you like 👍 Cool.
I like everything about that car except for the front end. Jmho
 
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