|Nash showroom, San Francisco, 1933. Selling points include the Worm-Drive Axle and a center headlight that turns with the steering wheel.|
|V-16 Cadillac in the Don Lee showroom, San Francisco circa 1931. Lower two headlights swivel.|
|The Citroen DS had swivelling headlights. They were made from 1955 to 1975.|
So headlights that pivoted with the steering where not unique to the Tucker, though it might have been the only American car that came that way from the factory. Via Posthip Scott.