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United States Patent D608,031
Conforzi ,   et al. January 12, 2010

Vehicle headlight

Claims


CLAIM The ornamental design of a vehicle headlight, as shown and described.
Inventors: Conforzi; Mark (Bloomfield Hills, MI), Williams; Bruce P. (Grosse Pointe Park, MI), Lucas; Earl (Southfield, MI), Dassanayake; Mahendra S. (Bloomfield Hills, MI), Miller; Robert W. (Belleville, MI), Schiavone; Patrick J. (Bloomfield, MI)
Assignee: Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, MI)
Appl. No.: D/283,859
Filed: August 24, 2007

Current U.S. Class: D26/28
Current International Class: 2606
Field of Search: D26/28-36 362/459-468,475-478,485-487

References Cited

U.S. Patent Documents
D556349 November 2007 Golden et al.
D560291 January 2008 Koyama
D561358 February 2008 Tachibana
D563576 March 2008 Hanaoka

Other References

Ford Concept Equator, Tokyo 2005. cited by other .
Ford Concept 427 V10, Detroit 2003. cited by other .
Ford Concept Model U, Detroit 2003. cited by other .
Ford Five Hundred 4WD SEL, Detroit 2004. cited by other .
Ford Five Hundred 2006 SEL FWD 3.0 v6, Chicago 2006. cited by other .
Ford Fusion 2005, Detroit 2005. cited by other.

Primary Examiner: Jackson; Marcus A
Attorney, Agent or Firm: Porcari; Damian

Description



FIG. 1 is a front elevational view of a left vehicle headlight (as viewed from the front of the vehicle), the outer lens having been rendered transparent using the Computer Aided Design. Some small feature lines on the inner surface of the lens are not visible in this rendering. Only the left vehicle headlight is illustrated (the right vehicle headlight is a mirror of the left and is not illustrated but nonetheless covered by this patent);

FIG. 2 is a left side elevational view of the vehicle headlight;

FIG. 3 is a right side elevation view of the vehicle headlight;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view of the vehicle headlight;

FIG. 5 is bottom plan view of the vehicle headlight; and,

FIG. 6 is a rear elevational view of the vehicle headlight (as viewed from the rear of the vehicle).

The Vehicle Headlight is styled independently of adjacent vehicle panels. To the extent that any feature lines are illustrated, they are intended to illustrate the crest and valley of the feature and are not necessarily sharp bends in the part. Shading is used to illustrate the curvature of the part and not color. Any functional features of the Vehicle Headlight are not claimed. Views are orthogonal projections unless otherwise noted. The various views are not necessarily to scale in order to better illustrate the design. The drawings were generated using Computer Aided Design tools. Highlights and shading were added to the drawings to better illustrate the three-dimensional features of the part. The Vehicle Headlight is intended to be observed in various states of internal illumination as well as daylight with no internal illumination. Areas surrounded in broken line are not claimed.

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