But there are some differences:
Differences in the housings, mounting possibilities and even the kind of bulbholder as on the Ferrari F40 sidelights where we have the Siem glasses, but obviously they have the wrong bulb holder.
In some cars the lamps do have a cap over the bulb, others do not have that.
For the SZ/RZ we have also the French versions, with yellow reflectors and the UK dipped head lamps with the inside deflector plate turned 180 degrees ( RHD ).
But even in this yellow serie there where some differences during production, such as a different city light bulbholder and accordingly the hole to lock the bulbholder into.
Also the castings had some minor changes over the years as you can see at those inner yellow head lamps.
In the SZ or RZ you can find lamps with black, dark brown, yellow or even at the last series silver casings.
Before mounting the dipped headlamps into the car they have been "siliconed" by Zagato with black silicone sealing to prevent them from leaking.
The Aston Martin Virage Vantage 550 supercharged first serie.
The Lancia Hyena.
The Ferrari FZ93.
The Ferrari 348 Zagato Elaborzione.
The Ferrari 512
WHAT's THIS ??
The story goes that that those lamps also have been used on a small ( Iveco ) truck or bus ??
If you know of other cars on wich those lamps have been used, please share that information with me. THANKS !!
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