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  • Arm / Bracket - Rear View Mirror / Sun Visor - Interior - Repro ~ 1967 Mercury Cougar / 1967 Ford Mustang - 13814
  • Arm / Bracket - Rear View Mirror / Sun Visor - Interior - Repro ~ 1967 Mercury Cougar / 1967 Ford Mustang - 13814
  • Arm / Bracket - Rear View Mirror / Sun Visor - Interior - Repro ~ 1967 Mercury Cougar / 1967 Ford Mustang - 13814
  • Arm / Bracket - Rear View Mirror / Sun Visor - Interior - Repro ~ 1967 Mercury Cougar / 1967 Ford Mustang - 13814
  • Arm / Bracket - Rear View Mirror / Sun Visor - Interior - Repro ~ 1967 Mercury Cougar / 1967 Ford Mustang - 13814

Item #: 13814

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Price: $26.85
    Cost: 2148
    Earns: 27
    Bonus: 0

    Availability:

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    Pressure die cast, with quality chrome sun visor center bracket and rear view mirror mount. Replaces one of the most visible interior parts on a 1967 Mustang or Cougar. Break away style, two piece construction.

    Beware of cheap single piece imitations that are available as they are unsafe. Keep in mind you will have to give your screw driver some good pressure when installing to make the mirror fit tight.

    Replaces Ford part # C7ZZ-17690-A.

    These are manufactured in the USA.
    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 0.50 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.04 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 6 Review(s).

    Mirror attachment slot too wide

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    2.25 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Looks good. But the slot for the mirror to attach to the bracket arm was so wide the screw never tightened enough to hold the mirror. Very disappointing, couldn't use it. The fit and correctness ratings should both be 0, but the website didn't allow it.

    Works well

    Material:
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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    This reproduction seems to be a dead ringer for the old worn out bracket on my 67. It comes with a new nylon bushing to cure the drooping mirror issue.

    Material:
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    4.25 out of 5
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    Looks great!

    Good product / No screws

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    2.75 out of 5
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    Good product .I expected it to come with the screws. It appeared as if package was open and screws were taken out. It could have been that the product was just checked for quality. Overall the quality is good.

    Rear view mirror arm /bracket

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    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Very%20nice%20plating
    Cons:
    • None
    Very nice plating!

    Number of questions: 1
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    Question
    : 0 : 0
    Asked:
    September 27, 2020 7:10 AM
    Good morning- who makes this part? Not sure I understand the description when it say two piece construction. My pitted original looks like one piece. Thank you scott
    Answer
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    WCCC Admin Answered:
    September 30, 2020 7:06 PM
    These mirrors are made in the USA by California Pony Cars. These are designed to breakaway if something slams in to them rather than impaling. The cheaper versions look very similar, but do not have the breakaway safety feature. If you look in the pics for this item, you can see a rectangle around the base of the mirror bracket where it connects to the visor bracket. This is where the mirror is designed to break away in the case that something hits it. Some of the cheaper versions still have that rectangle, but it is just for appearance, the mirror does not actually break away.
    For your convinence, you can view this page on our old site by the following link:
    View Page On Old Site.