Scott Drake Exterior Mirror Show Quality 1965-1966

Scott Drake: C3RZ-17696-R

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Scott Drake Exterior Mirror Show Quality 1965-1966
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Product Description

Scott Drake Show Quality Exterior Mirror for 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Scott Drake's Exterior Mirror is a show quality mirror with superior finish and fit. It is a perfect reproduction part and will make installation easy. Features a swivel head and includes gaskets and hardware.

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Product Reviews

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Very Pleased
The looks great on the car & I impressed with CJ Pony's professionalism with all facets of the order & delivery
Tony Klumpp October 10, 2014
great product
Fit nicely comes with template wich takes the guess work out of it and they look great spend the extra it's definitely worth it
NATHANIEL July 13, 2014
looks good
Very easy to install. Looks really good. One I had hit wing window, this one the window clears it.
GERALD June 27, 2014
Amazing top quality!
This mirror feels and looks very superior, every part of the mirror is made out of metal including the base. At first when I saw the mirror I thought that there is a crack in the downside of the rubber, but its not and comes with that line below the rubber from the factory. This is how the factory puts rubbers on these show mirrors. It even show the line in the rubber in the picture if looked closely. But investing in this mirror gives quality to your classic pony' in which it deserves.
Maksim August 16, 2012
The show quality mirrors are a must! I have purchased mirrors twice before for my 66' Mustang and was not happy over time. These are perfect, and you can tell instantly that they are a better quality then the other manufacturers put out. Oh yeah, always use the stainless steel hardware when you mount these! (no rust)
Rudy March 11, 2012
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