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Kurt Arends 11-19-2017 01:54 PM

1970s GM Rear-View Mirrors
 
I have saved too many really nice '70s GM manual-adjust rear-view mirrors. NO silver loss/issues on any of them. I think that they used this same style into the very early '80s on some models. $20 each plus actual shipping cost.

The secret to not having silver issues: NEVER spray anything directly onto the mirror. Spray your rag.

Paul Steinberg 11-19-2017 02:52 PM

Inside or outside? Inside Day / Night? Do you have any that have the rubber around the edge, and the light at the bottom of the mirror? Pictures would help.

Kurt Arends 11-19-2017 03:23 PM

Standard rear-view mirror(inside) that most all GM cars & trucks had in the 1970s. Manual day/night adjust. This is the rear-view mirror that every GM pro-car would have come with in the 1970s. They all have the rubber around the edge. Windshield-mounted.

Terry Lange 12-06-2017 05:40 PM

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Kurt, would this be the same type of mirror that I have in my '72 Malibu convertible? Or would it be easier for me just to get the mirror glass replaced?

Thanks!

Kurt Arends 12-06-2017 06:28 PM

Same mirrror..... different mount. These are windshield-mount.

John ED Renstrom 12-06-2017 09:23 PM

Just Change the head. The only picture not shown was how the head mounted to the post. But the look threw the windshield looks like the tab in a slot. Idon't think you can change the mirror glass and keep the day night feature.


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