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Posted By: Rick Thompson
Posted On: Thursday January 23, 2020 at 9:01 AM
 
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And Mazda offers "adaptive headlights" on its upscale trim levels
of several models. My Mazda3 hatchback of a few years ago had the feature, which aims the headlights around corners about 15 degrees or so, if I remember correctly. They still offer them. Once I got used to it, I couldn't believe how effective they were.

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My favorite Tucker movie collectible by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27160
I would bet that very few of these have survived over the years! by Ken Smith #27160.1
Great Tucker item, Ray! by David Crowe #27160.2
How cool is that! We've had a treasure trove of Tucker info and memorabilia. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27160.3Zone Diplomat
Speaking of Tucker memorabilia by John Quilter #27160.3.1
Great piece! I remember that cut-out at the local Blockbuster back then. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #27160.4
Can't top Curtis or Ray by any means. But I related to a co-worker.... by Harvey Goranson #27160.5
Citroen for years had three headlights per side and the center one turned with the steering wheel. by Bob Jackman #27160.5.1
And Mazda offers "adaptive headlights" on its upscale trim levels by Rick Thompson #27160.5.1.1
Our VW Sportwagen has something similar. You're right, it's amazingly effective. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27160.5.1.1.1Zone Diplomat
Maybe you can help me identify this wood base (PIC). by Gianluigi Cappi #27160.6




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