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A Spotlight was a popular accessory fitted to cars of all ages over the years, from the early Edwardians to Vintage and Pre War Cars, into classic cars of the 1950s and 1960s and finally the 1970s. A Spotlight was initially mounted beside the windscreen on the driver's side and manually moved rather like an Anglepoise desk light to point at unlit road signs in the dark. This practice was then 'mixed and matched' in the 1930s when a spotlight was either mounted in front of the radiator as an additional headlamp or as before beside the windscreen. After the war some 1950s Ford Consuls and Zephyrs - and the like - were seen with a windscreen mounted spotlight. Later, Minis, Fords and Rootes sporting Road and Rally cars of the 1960s and 1970s had radiator mounted spotlights used for rallies and the go-faster look for the sporting motorist

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