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    1. #1
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      Jun 2011
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      Rancho Cucamonga, CA
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      Billet 1969 Camaro Headlight Bezels

      How to add a subtle yet custom, high-end touch to an iconic front-end

      Step 1: add Eddie Motorsports billet headlight bezels.
      Step 2: see Step 1.



      We just released a billet headlight bezel for the 1969 Camaro in two styles and seven finishes. The bezels simply fasten to the stock headlight buckets. Like all of our billet parts, they are precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum in our Rancho Cucamonga, California facility. Choose between smooth or with machined accents as well as raw machined, matte black, gloss black anodized, clear protective coat, bright polished, etc.

      To purchase go to: http://bit.ly/2d8w9Bb.
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      Eddie Motorsports, True American Billet for your Muscle Car or Street Rod
      www.eddiemotorsports.com 888-813-1293


    2. #2
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      Apr 2006
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      59
      Hi, reviving a 5 year old thread because it reads, “The bezels simply fasten to the stock headlight buckets.“. By simply fastening does that mean you have to drill 4 holes into the new bezels you just bought for tiny screws with no template? Just asking cause I’m not sure how else the provided screws would work here. Thanks for any info.

    3. #3
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      Apr 2006
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      So in case anyone buys these here’s what I did. Apparently they are designed to replace the metal ring for bezels that come with that. I purchased ones without the metal ring because I was blacking out all the chrome. I made a template and drilled and this is the final product. I like how they turned out with the color match bezels.