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Alternative mirrors #385838
17/08/16 03:47 PM
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My thanks to "Scott Morgan" for the details of these rear view mirrors, I saw them on his car and thought they looked good. Listed on Ebay as Lucas style chrome round exterior wing /door classic car mirror. Item 321698142306 and are £25 for a pair. They are slightly convex and give a wide view, best of all you can see what is behind you as they are not a blur on the move, like the originals were.







Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385844
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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385846
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They look perfect .


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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385848
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Same mirror heads as the ones I've got for my 4 wheeler

They are great and so easy to adjust


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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385869
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Simple replacement? Same "footprint" as the originals!


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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385930
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redcard !!Thread Hijack Alert!! redcard

I saw this mirror at All Morgan Day and reckon that it's a neat solution when used in conjunction with the Fairbourne screen.



Anyone know what it's off or whether it's a 'special'?



Andy
Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385931
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That's neat ..I think the mirror looks like one form many suppliers like Librands / demon tweeks etc


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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: planenut] #385932
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Originally Posted By planenut

My thanks to "Scott Morgan" for the details of these rear view mirrors, I saw them on his car and thought they looked good. Listed on Ebay as Lucas style chrome round exterior wing /door classic car mirror. Item 321698142306 and are £25 for a pair. They are slightly convex and give a wide view, best of all you can see what is behind you as they are not a blur on the move, like the originals were.










That's one very smart car!is it Scotts?


Neil

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I think it's Planenuts ?


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Re: Alternative mirrors [Re: NeilL] #385943
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It is my car. It's also not me driving it in Bunnys photo. I like the mirror in Bunnys next photo, any information on it?


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