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  • Rear View Mirror Lens - Interior - Restored ~ 1968 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1968 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 11041
  • Rear View Mirror Lens - Interior - Restored ~ 1968 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1968 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 11041

Item #: 11041

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Price: $59.85
    Cost: 4788
    Earns: 60
    Bonus: 0

    Availability:

    Normal Stock Item - Next Business Day

    These rear view mirror lenses are sold on an exchange basis. 

    Due to time constraints, we can no longer offer the service of having your own mirror restored, this is now an exchange based service only.
    Any mention of it in the video below is outdated, please disregard.

    We STRONGLY suggest you watch our "how to" video prior to attempting to remove your lens and send it in. Keep in mind glass is porous and is prone to staining. Often times these faint stains do not show up until the glass has been re-silvered. About 1 in 8 mirrors seem to have some amount of staining visible after the mirror has been re-silvered. Please send in your used mirrored glass lens only, no rear view mirror assemblies please. 

    During re-assembly, we really don't recommend that you use glue because the mirror housing will hold the lens in place by itself. If you feel you must use something, use a specialty mirror glue, because some glues (like silicone) can have a chemical reaction with the silver and cause discolored spots on your mirror in time.  

    If your mirror lens is broken we do have some restored lenses we can sell you that have obvious chips or stains and we will sell those with no exchange or core charge for $30-$60 depending on the severity of the blemish.

    Check out our video below on how to replace your mirror lens.


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

    5.00 out of 5 stars
    Based upon 4 Review(s).
    Florida

    Nice Restoration Service

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Quality restoration. Easy to reinstall ;-)> Will exchange more in the future.

    Massachusetts

    Great Mirror- Exactly as advertised

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    This mirror was excellent. Quality of the restoration was very very good and the glass condition was very good. Recommended for your restoration. I picked this up for my 70 Boss restoration, and this was a finishing detail.

    Very pleased with exchange replacement

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Needless to say doing a concourse restoration on a car you want to hold on to every original part you can. I am glad to say the exchange of my original mirror core was handled well. My original glass was unchipped and not scratched. The mirror I received back was a comparable replacement. WCC has been a great source for my concourse mustang restoration. See, siblings can get along well.

    rear view mirror lens for 71-73 mustang

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    You guys are the greatest! This lens was perfectly restored and fit/looked great after it was installed. Service was very fast also. This is also a really hard to fine part.
    Thanks again for your help (Don)
    Harry Kulp

    Number of questions: 1
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    Question
    : 0 : 0
    Asked:
    September 18, 2020 12:47 AM
    Can you clarify what is best for adhesive for the mirror? Description says use mirror glue, NOT silcon, but video says that opposite? Thanks - Will
    Answer
    : 0 : 0
    WCCC Admin Answered:
    September 24, 2020 6:31 PM
    We really do not recommend that you use glue at all because the mirror housing will hold the lens in place by itself and many of the glue products out there will cause issues with the silvering over time.

    These rear view mirror lenses are sold on an exchange basis. 

    Due to time constraints, we can no longer offer the service of having your own mirror restored, this is now an exchange based service only.
    Any mention of it in the video below is outdated, please disregard.

    We STRONGLY suggest you watch our "how to" video prior to attempting to remove your lens and send it in. Keep in mind glass is porous and is prone to staining. Often times these faint stains do not show up until the glass has been re-silvered. About 1 in 8 mirrors seem to have some amount of staining visible after the mirror has been re-silvered. Please send in your used mirrored glass lens only, no rear view mirror assemblies please. 

    During re-assembly, we really don't recommend that you use glue because the mirror housing will hold the lens in place by itself. If you feel you must use something, use a specialty mirror glue, because some glues (like silicone) can have a chemical reaction with the silver and cause discolored spots on your mirror in time.  

    If your mirror lens is broken we do have some restored lenses we can sell you that have obvious chips or stains and we will sell those with no exchange or core charge for $30-$60 depending on the severity of the blemish.

    Check out our video below on how to replace your mirror lens.


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

    5.00 out of 5 stars
    Based upon 4 Review(s).
    Florida

    Nice Restoration Service

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Quality restoration. Easy to reinstall ;-)> Will exchange more in the future.

    Massachusetts

    Great Mirror- Exactly as advertised

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    This mirror was excellent. Quality of the restoration was very very good and the glass condition was very good. Recommended for your restoration. I picked this up for my 70 Boss restoration, and this was a finishing detail.

    Very pleased with exchange replacement

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Needless to say doing a concourse restoration on a car you want to hold on to every original part you can. I am glad to say the exchange of my original mirror core was handled well. My original glass was unchipped and not scratched. The mirror I received back was a comparable replacement. WCC has been a great source for my concourse mustang restoration. See, siblings can get along well.

    rear view mirror lens for 71-73 mustang

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    You guys are the greatest! This lens was perfectly restored and fit/looked great after it was installed. Service was very fast also. This is also a really hard to fine part.
    Thanks again for your help (Don)
    Harry Kulp

    Number of questions: 1
    Please login to ask a question.
    Question
    : 0 : 0
    Asked:
    September 18, 2020 12:47 AM
    Can you clarify what is best for adhesive for the mirror? Description says use mirror glue, NOT silcon, but video says that opposite? Thanks - Will
    Answer
    : 0 : 0
    WCCC Admin Answered:
    September 24, 2020 6:31 PM
    We really do not recommend that you use glue at all because the mirror housing will hold the lens in place by itself and many of the glue products out there will cause issues with the silvering over time.
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