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 missing, to the detriment of contemporary vehicles’ appearance.

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If you think modern car and truck styling is misguided with its absence of chrome headlight bezels, and you’d like to give your ride an infusion of shine, we can help. Peruse the bezels shown on this page and punch in your year, make, and model to see what we have for your vehicle. We think you’ll find that bright style is alive and well on our digital shelves in the form of chrome and polished stainless steel bezels for headlights and fog lights.

Custom aftermarket headlights, with their incomparable style and high-tech projector beams, LEDs, and Halos, are the ultimate lighting alternative for late model vehicles with composite headlights. But if you’re on a tight budget and such lights aren’t an option, our chrome headlight bezels can be a viable alternative if you’re seeking a custom headlight appearance. We even have bezels with integral LED lights that can be wired to work with your parking lights or turn signals, for a look that’s so unique, everyone will think you’ve installed the latest custom headlight designs.

Besides unmatched appearance and long lasting durability, you can also count on easy installation with our headlight bezels. No drilling is required and no fasteners are used, so you can leave the power drill and tools in the tool box. These bezels are attached with 3M acrylic foam tape, an adhesive so strong and reliable that it’s used by the vehicle manufacturers to install trim at the factory. Just thoroughly clean the area to ensure all dirt, oils, and wax are removed that could prevent adhesion, peel back the film from the adhesive, press the bezel into place, and sit back and enjoy your vehicle’s new appearance.

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4.5 of 5
Excellent Item
Looks nice. Easy to install.
JPosted by James (Jamaica, NY) /
2012 Jaguar XJ-Type
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