Unfortunately the wand is broken off from this grade "B" driver side (left hand) mirror. It will require drilling out the old one and epoxy gluing in another or removing the complete controller from another 1970's like mirror. Chrome is dull and often will have light pitting.
Ford part # D0WY-17696-A.
*NOTE* If you have a blank area where your color code is supposed to be typed on your 1970 door data decal, then you have a "special order" paint color. Because sport mirrors came pre-painted from the supplier (and it would be way too difficult for the supplier to paint one mirror at a time) this chrome mirror would have been in put in place of the painted mirror. The retail window sticker would show a credit of $2.60 which is the value difference between the more expensive sport mirror and the chrome remote mirror. On the dealer's factory invoice for 1970 a credit of $2.05 would be given. From all that I can ascertain no credit was given for the deletion of the passenger side sport mirror on special order paint Eliminators. The Eliminator is the only Cougar in 1970 that came standard with two mirrors.
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