Ok, I guess its time for me to chime in.
First off, it is refreshing to see so many folks here that are morally and ethically grounded.
Thanks for trying to show those who would steal someones artwork the error of their indefensible ways. Im not going to even try to and convince those that imply that buying someones product and pulling a mold off of it with the intent of producing counterfeit copies is illegal. I would suggest that they contact a patent and copyright attorney and get an explanation of design and utility patents. If you want to create a faithful likeness by sculpting your own artwork then get sculpting.
For the people (thats you, Feston -AKA A_Beautiful_Mind1) that would put so much thought and energy in to procuring artwork to counterfeit, why not spend a little less thought and energy and create your own art? Sculpting auto body work isnt all that difficult and in the end you will have that warm fuzzy feeling knowing you created something for yourself.
Anyway, does it not occur to you to shoot an e-mail or PM to the person whose work you wish to copy and ask if it is Ok to do so or if they offer some sort of licensing? Had you inquired, you would have found that for less than the price of a complete pair of DP headlights you can buy a master model set of the seven models required for producing your own molds and with that comes no restrictions on how many parts you may produce from them. In addition, for the price of a set of painted DP headlights you can get a complete set of the seven RTV molds required to produce the dual projector headlights. So, as you can see, sometimes it pays to do the ethical thing and not be such sneaky shiat. There you have it, if you care to take me up on my offering, let me know.