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Old 08-02-2014, 09:51 AM
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Parts wanted, Stock rear view mirror, anyone

Does anyone have a set of these for sale or know anyone who might have?

I have the arms, so I only need the mirrors but I can take a complete set if necessary

B6C-18402-A

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B6TZ-17696-A

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What the heck

I just throw out my wanted parts list maybe I can reduce it

http://dinnerhillspeedshop.blogspot....%20wish%20list

Or what do you say Kevin?

I have a container set for shippment to sweden in september

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Jesus I forgot to give you all the link

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Funny, I have one listed on ebay right now! Send me an email I have more
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I meant the exterior once
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Mid Fifty sells a couple types of these in different finishes. Including just the glass replacements.
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Mid Fifty sells a couple types of these in different finishes. Including just the glass replacements.
I can only find the small round ones
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You mean like these mirrors.

They do not reproduce them. You will have to find NOS (good luck) or find good used ones. You say you have the arms (they do seem to last longer and take a beating better than the mirror heads. In the mean time you could buy rectangular mirrors they sell here at auto parts stores. You could even paint them black.
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Are you looking for nos or used one
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Yes Abe thats exactly what I am looking for. I know they are not reproduced. But I keep my eyes and ears Open for NOS or Good used Ones. I reject rust buckets however.

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Yes Abe thats exactly what I am looking for. I know they are not reproduced. But I keep my eyes and ears Open for NOS or Good used Ones. I reject rust buckets however.

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Anything I can find is considered, but rust buckets are not fun
these are off a 49 f4 the door bracket is off a 65 f250 don't know if this helps or not



I have another that is a little different and my be newer



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Thanks Schoo for the offer, however I already have a set of rektangular ones. It is the Bone hard stock ones I am on the hunt for
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Well, my Swedish friend, it looks like you and I will be in a bidding war on eBay! No, just kidding... the set on my truck are in good shape and I have one mirror head for back up (not for sale!)

Perhaps your best bet is to find a guy that has a truck from the dry climate of western US that wants to put on those incorrect round chrome mirrors and buy the originals!

Its nice to know there are others out there that like the original stock mirrors.
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Yepp. I am trying the best I can.

I just have to be patient

Sooner or later the fish will stick to the hook
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