A headlight is taken from a car with a retro look from an era which never really existed. The headlight is co-copied completely freely to adorn a light bulb with a smelted aluminium keel. The project, however, required a more practical co-copy of a different, spotlight made of plastic, supposedly a best-seller, and this was dutifully taken into account during the design process. Clairvoyant minds counselled by advice from anonymous visionaries came to the fleeting conclusion that plastic looks cheap and the material must be upgraded to a higher category. This is when the aluminium casting comes back in. Although this technique remodels the design, the light is unable to disown its origins in an imaginary glutinous substance of plastic.