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1969 To 1970 Mustang Side View Mirrors Used, Aftermarket. on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Pocatello, Idaho, United States

Pocatello, Idaho, United States
Used with some major scuffs, and missing paint.,
Brand:Ford Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right

Used side mirrors for a 69 to 70 Mustang.  Please look at the pictures, other than paint, I don't see any real issues.  If you have any questions, or would like further pictures, please ask before bidding.  I cannot find any part numbers in this, so I think that it is an aftermarket piece.  Thanks for looking.

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