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1964-67 Chevelle & El Camino, 1963-66 Impala / Caprice Chrome Rear View Mirror on 2040-parts.com

US $32.95
Location:

La Verne, California, United States

La Verne, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:United Pacific Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:C646701 Surface Finish:Chrome

1964-67 Chevelle & El Camino, 1963-66 Impala / Caprice Chrome Rear View Mirror

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1964-67 Chevelle & El Camino, 1963-66 Impala / Caprice Chrome Rear View Mirror


This top quality Rear View Mirror is a great fit on your 1966-71 Chevy / GM vehicle. This superb reproduction of the original Chrome backed mirror is reproduced to exact specifications including a bright mirrored chrome casing.
General Motors used this style mirror for many different vehicles from the mid-60's into the 70's including Camaro, Caprice, Chevelle, Chevy II, Biscayne, Impala, El Camino, Malibu, Nova, Firebird, GTO, LeMans, Tempest, Cutlass, Skylark, GS, Cadillac, and others. This mirror measures 8" x 2 1/4" and is the size used in the 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 Chevelle & El Camino, and the 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966 Impala / Caprice.

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    1964-67 Chevelle & El Camino Chrome Inside Rear View Mirror
  • 1963-66 Impala & Caprice Chrome Inside Rear View Mirror
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