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  • Rear View Mirror Assembly - Interior - TWIST STYLE - Repro ~ 1968 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1968 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 13798
  • Rear View Mirror Assembly - Interior - TWIST STYLE - Repro ~ 1968 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1968 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 13798

Item #: 13798

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Price: $45.86
    Cost: 3669
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    Description

    This mirror came primarily on the 1968 Cougars, but have also been seen on the 1969. It has a twist lever to switch from day to night view. Comes in black only, case is of a hard plastic as opposed to the original hard vinyl case. The texture is not as heavy as original. Replaces Ford Part #: C7AZ-17700-G.

    This picture below shows the rear view mirror variations from 1967-1973.


    Also, check out our video showing rear view mirror replacement options:

    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 1.00 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)

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    4.07 out of 5 stars
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    1969 Cougar Base Convertible

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    Ashville, NY
    2014

    Repro Rear View Mirror

    3.75 out of 5
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    Mirror had black twist lever and looked pretty correct for material. Did have solid up and down mount but was a bit loose side to side. Driving the car mirror doesn't bounce around so it works fine. Like it better than my old mirror- going to take my old mirror apart and get mirror replaced. This works as a substitute in the meantime. Worth the money IMO.

    Montana
    2021

    Corrected part

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    The manufacturer finally took the hint! The swing arm is now black! Perfect replacement to my original that was falling apart. The body may be plastic, but it sure looked to imitate Vinyl. It was well below freezing in my garage, so I couldn’t tell. I would be interested to know if the body has now changed to be Vinyl as well. Then it would be as good as genuine.

    2016

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    Illinois
    2017

    Correct match for '67 Thunderbird

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    Pros:
    • Correct for '67 T-bird
    • Price
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    • Flipper is gray not black. No big deal.
    Ordered this as a replacement for the broken stock mirror in my '67 Thunderbird. For the Thunderbird, the only thing that is not "correct" is that the flip switch is gray, not black. Nothing a little black paint wont fix. Compared to the original, you can tell it's cheaply made- but it's a great repro part for the money. Especially considering that repro parts for '67-71 Thunderbirds are pretty much non-existent. Great to find a cross-over Cougar part that is correct for the Thunderbird. Hopefully other Thunderbird owners will find this mirror, rather than resorting to something generic from the local auto parts store.

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