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Below you will see a small variety of 'iQ' etchings on the headlight cover. This, I would hope, will look similar to what you can see on VW headlights -albeit theirs is on the inside, on the 'shiny bits.' This is obviously a mock up of the idea I had and not actually the completed job. I would imagine a Dremmel Drill would make a good job of this. I don't know if a drop of paint into the 'etching' -which would be shallow, but rough and would therefore take a paint colour- would make it stand out better, and this could even be the colour of your own car. So, what's the verdict?

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Would look good Bob. Think its a sealed unit

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You could practice on these

End time: 26 Oct 2012 21:22:11 BST

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TOYOTA IQ 2009 2010 2011 2012 GENUINE FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS + HEADLIGHTS

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Sorry link doesnt work

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Thanks anyway David. I was just looking for headlight spares and found this on the Bay-of-E.

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2a19ba6eb1

Tinting film; I guess it can be used not only on the Headlights,but on the tail lights too. Looks good I reckon. What say you? There is also Blue and Yellow available over the page.

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