Scott Drake Mirror Convex Glass Passenger Side 1965-1966

Scott Drake: C3RZ-17696-C
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Scott Drake Mirror Convex Glass Passenger Side 1965-1966
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Product Description

Scott Drake Passenger Side Convex Glass Mirror for 1965-1966 Mustangs.

An outstanding reproduction by Scott Drake. Features flawless chrome and perfect fit. Added convex mirror for better viewing on the right side. Works well on the left side too. Includes mounting screws and gasket.

Fits 1965-1966 Mercury Montereys
Fits 1966 Ford Fairlane
Fits 1966 Ford Falcon
Fits 1966 Ford Galaxie
Fits 1966 Ford Thunderbird

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Scott Drake Mirror Convex Glass Passenger Side 1965-1966 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Passenger side mirror Needed a right hand side mirror as I got a parking space in a garage full of poles and cars.
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality Fits Aussie xt falcon. Fantastic quality. Fast postage to Australia
Date published: 2015-03-31
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Product Questions


Hi, Is the convex door mirror c3RZ17696-C the same show quality as C3RZ17696-R? I guess so given the same part number but want to make sure they are a matching pair in all respects, save for the convex glass. Thanks Simon

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this one is flat, whereas the other is a convex mirror.
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Date published: 2015-01-26
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: Recently, we've done a lot of upgrades to the doors of our Weekend Wrench Project car, including a new window regulator, and recently - new Pony door panels. While opening and closing the door a lot, we noticed our mirror had a lot of play in it. Taking a closer look, we finally cracked right down the middle. Today, we're going to replace it with a Scott Drake Show Quality mirror, and while we're at it, we're going to add one on the passenger side as well.

For this installation you'll need a Philips Head screwdriver, marker, 1/8'' drill bit, drill, and safety glasses. The mirror's simple to remove, just hold on to these two Phillips Head screws, and give the area a quick cleaning. Our Scott Drake mirrors are going to come with new standard- size screws, as well as new gaskets for installation. In our case our holes look pretty good, and the original screws came out pretty cleanly, so we're assuming they're going to be okay. If your holes are slightly enlarged over time, we do offer a larger screw, which will fit better.

Our new Show Quality mirror from Scott Drake is triple chrome-plated, and also has a crack-style glass as well. It's going to fit right in the stock location. You've got to make sure the flat part of the gasket actually goes against the mirror. The side with this edging's going to go on the body. And we're ready to move on to the passenger side.

Since our Weekend Wrench didn't come with a passenger-side mirror, we'll have to drill holes to mount it. Thankfully, the Scott Drake instructions have this template right on the back, to show us where to drill. We're going to lay the template in place up against the notch cutout here. Follow the curve and just make a small mark. Now you want to place the mirror over the two marks you just made, and check to make sure the vent window clears properly, which it does.

And we're ready to drill. Now you want to grab the drill and some safety glasses. Now we're going to install the gasket on the mirror. Again, flat side towards the mirror, and line it up with our new holes. Our installation's finished. Our new Scott Drake mirror does not only look great, it will make it a lot easier when we're backing up our project car. Installation should only take you around 15 minutes to do both sides, so you'll be back on the road in no time.