When the original Jurassic Park was released, the Jeeps used in the movie had rectangular headlights. Jeep only produced rectangular headlights for 8 years before going back to the round style that had been on all other Jeeps since WW2. Jeeps today still have round headlights, and when Colin Trevorrow tweeted the dino slash photo during Super Bowl LII, it appeared with round headlights. Correct for modern Jeeps, but not accurate for Jurassic Park Jeeps. Therefore, we redesigned the photo that Colin tweeted out and rebuilt it with rectangular headlights. The plate is black, with the slash and headlights stamped and having a fossilized granite look that is screen-printed. It is smooth to the touch with a textured appearance.