Way back in the mid-20th century, Greyhound bus lines were said to have determined there were fewer daytime wrecks when driving with headlights on. Someone thought a profit could be made from this concept, so began selling little white lights to be mounted in the center of car grills. These were very popular in Indiana, but were disparaged by some since it was thought that anyone could see a car in the daytime and didn't need a light for identification. Accordingly, the term "Indiana Idiot light" was used around the Midwest. Now we now see lots of DRL's (Daytime running lights). I understand these have been required for a long time in Canada, but are not required in the U.S. even though many cars have these. Rant: DRL's are not to be confused with the contemporary idiots that run around with their bright driving lights lit during the daytime. End of rant...
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1976 Spider (Dedicated Autocrosser, "SPICA, No Carbs")
1991 Spider Veloce (Retirement cruiser)
Scuderia Non Originale