Best On Ebay! Oem, Unpitted, Ford 17743 Da Mirror, F-100 Truck, Torino, Mustang on 2040-parts.com
El Cerrito, California, United States
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This auction is for one OEM mirror. I have two. If you want both, please specify at checkout.
These fit the Torino, Mustang, and early 1970s Ford truck. Please check your Ford stock number for fitment.
These mirrors were early take-offs, meaning they were removed soon after the truck was purchased, and show little weathering, or wear. No rust staining. California Vehicle.
They are not pitted, as are most of the mirrors offered here on Ebay. Because these were removed early and then stored in a garage, they did not suffer the fate of pretty much every other mirror you will find out there.
Aside from maybe a tiny nick, these are in great condition, ready to install on your vintage Ford classic.
I can combine shipping if you want both, just contact me before purchasing.
Made by Ford, not aftermarket!
Great vintage condition!
Mirrors for Sale
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