Whenever somebody talks about strangely placed blinkers, the legendary Pontiac Aztec comes back into focus. Its visage is etched into your memory, and like the image of your aunt Doris's undercarriage from the time her robe cracked open a bridge too far on that fateful summer morning, you simply cannot forget it. The Aztec has what we are looking for, the turn signal blinkers are encased in a completely different housing and located above the headlights. Simple, right?
Most cars have the blinkers next to the headlights and others have them integrated, so for the purpose of this discussion, the actual bulb and reflective element of the blinker must be completely above the bulb and reflective element of the low-beam headlight. This Nissan Altima above doesn't cut it.
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3. The contest will end at Sunday, May
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