1968 Camaro Headlight Doors.

Scott works on headlight door.

The trick is how to make a custom grill and still have functioning headlight doors that work like the originals. Several trials were made to get them to not only open and close correctly, but to look the way we wanted them to. The Stock headlight kit from Detroit Speed & Engineering was used as the start point for our custom version.

Custom aluminum headlight door. Headlight door mechanism, view 1

Headlight door mechanism, view 2 Headlight door mechanism, view 3

Headlight door mechanism, view 4 Headlight door mechanism, view 5

Right side headlight recess. Left side headlight door, closed.

Headlight door mechanism, view 6 Left side headlight door, half open.

Headlight door mechanism, view 7 Left side headlight door, open.

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