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outside visor on a 55 Panel ????

 
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:24 PM
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Julie what the heck is this thing? OO7 STUFF ? LOL
LOL I'm a bad influence!

That is a dash mounted prism that was common on 50 vintage cars with sun screens. It actually bends the light so if you look into it you can see the high mounted signal lights that you can't see from where you are sitting because they are blocked by the visor (or like Tard at 6'4" anyway because the top of the windshield cuts off your view if you are sitting high up!)

I have mine mounted in the defrost nozel hole on the dash! It's perfectly centered on the steering wheel!

Works great! Way cool!

Here it is sitting on the dash from the outside:

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Old 12-09-2010, 08:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Julies Cool F1 View Post
LOL I'm a bad influence!

That is a dash mounted prism that was common on 50 vintage cars with sun screens. It actually bends the light so if you look into it you can see the high mounted signal lights that you can't see from where you are sitting because they are blocked by the visor (or like Tard at 6'4" anyway because the top of the windshield cuts off your view if you are sitting high up!)

I have mine mounted in the defrost nozel hole on the dash! It's perfectly centered on the steering wheel!

Works great! Way cool!

Here it is sitting on the dash from the outside:

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think i will buy a prism stone and hang it from the rearveiw and gaze in to that . When the color changes HIT THE GAS LOL
 
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:42 PM
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RED LIGHT

Heck there is only 1 red light in my home town and its at a 3 way. LOL
 
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Old 12-10-2010, 12:47 AM
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Yeah, but look at it this way. When alien beings come down and look at you through the windshield of your truck from above, you will look twice as big through the prism and they will leave you alone.
 
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:16 AM
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thanks everybody, and you too, Julie
 
 
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