I forgot to post these image, but here they are. I got a set of Marchal driving lamps that I'm using. They appear to be from a Simca 1000 and came with nice closed back bucket as well as the old style lens. They do use the p45t base bulb (High/Low beam). Fran has them and the buckets are a bit to big to mount from the front (like 1075). Also they use the Lens part uses 3 built in tabs (lens to bucket that is) which is a bit different then some of the other lamps which need a trim ring to hold them in.
Another interesting thing that I just found is that they also have a connector for the p45t base bulbs that have a place for a small parking light. This answers the question I asked myself when upacking the bulbs -
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I'm not sure if that is standard on the euro-headlamps of the era, but definitly a cool thing.