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When looking for parts on the interweb, it never ceases to amaze me at the apparent knowledge that people have in their heads but never document for others to use. Case in point...... Guide branded headlamps. My cars, whilst substantially made in Australia, used Canadian Delco Remy electrics, then Bosch, Canadian wheels for some time, AC gauges, and American know-how. They were a GM product after all. The engine was developed from an Opel 6 cylinder. It had Guide 7" headlamps GM part no 925756, for the assembly, fitted from 1948 to sometime in 52 or 53 when they changed to Lucas. Lots of cars
I have one pair of what I believe to be Packard Headlamps from 1905-1911. I am inherited them and am trying to establish value. On the headlamps is an inscription that says "Made for Cadillac by Gray and Davis". I also have the mounting brackets. I believe these were electric headlamps just because I see cut wires. Can anybody help me out? The person had them identified as Made for Cadillac. Was Packard made by Cadillac?