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    Wanted 1964 outside mirrors

    Needing door mirrors 1964 G10
    1969 GE "90" Panel TH 350

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    Russ ,What kind are you looking for??
    The Swan neck (Hard as heck to find, & can't see much out of) Like on the 65 Drag Van
    (with square mirror heads , stock would of been small round mirrors) 1st pic.)
    Or the west coast, that came on a lot of vans(easer to find & can see a Lot more out of) 2nd pick of 64 Custom with 68 front doors
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    Any will do.
    Probably jr wast coast
    1969 GE "90" Panel TH 350

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    what's up Russ?? I have a pair around here someplace. I will have to dig



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    "Time to buy it, is when you see it"... American Pickers quote I like to try to live up too.
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    Ford?

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    I'll have to check but I sure don't remember any FORD names on any of the Jr WC mirrors I've ever seen on our VCVs! If I missed it then I'll be dipped. Those mirrors do look like the ones we see on our vans and only one set I've ever seen has the small bubble mirror. They look kinda scratched up too. One member some time ago said that the flat glass mirror was double sided and reversible. If so, a disassembly would allow you to just flip the mirror and have a new glass if the scratch was just on the top. This set looks pretty much complete except for those special bolts that hold the mirrors to the top of the door. Those special bolts have a real flat top and one side of the hex is cut so that it fits nice into the rubber door seal. If You don't have those bolts then you can either try and make your own by grinding on regular bolts or deal with the wind noise and water leaks on the door.
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    1965 Chevy Panel 350 CID, 3 Spd. "RustoRoof" Runs but wiring bad
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    1965 Chevy Panel, V8, 3 Spd. "Gold Hills Van" Best body of my 65s
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    I also noticed the bottom mounting plate on those is different that the triangle shape on the ones that came stock on my 66. Those mirrors might seem pricey, but at the same time I could not find them when I was working on my van so restored the ones I had. Lots of hours! I did not find the mirror was reversible, but had new mirrors cut at my local hardware store.

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