In the days of sealed beam headlights, most cars had bright chrome bezels that surrounded the light and created a border between the headlight glass and the grille or painted sheet metal. This feature created detail in the vehicle?s styling, and made the overall design of the car more pleasing to the eye. But in these times of composite headlights, this bright element is often missing, to the detriment of many contemporary vehicles? appearance.
Chrome Fog Light Bezels (400508)
Modern composite headlights are incorporated into the design of the body for improved styling and aerodynamics. They allow manufacturers the freedom to include turn signal/parking/running lights in the headlight housing if desired as well as use different forms of lighting including LEDs, projector beams, halos, etc. Unfortunately, the plastic lenses on these lights deteriorate with the years and miles, becoming abraded from road debris, and discolored, hazy and opaque from the sun and the elements.