Blendmount Radar Detector Mount C6 Vette Valentine One on 2040-parts.com
Madison, Alabama, United States
This is an wonderfully made machined 6061-T6 aluminum bracket that attached to C6 Corvette (2005-2013) rear view mirrors to hold a Valentine One Radar detector. IT IS FOR THE AUTO DIMMING MIRROR ONLY. It is from the ID-CHE-006 Specialty series, the model is BV1-2006. The picture under the mirror is from the new mount made for the C7 (I know its a bad picture, mobile phone at night) but it does offer adjustment for different height drivers. You can buy a cable to plug into your mirror wire harness from Blendmount and the detector comes on as soon as you start the car. IT DOES NOT COME WITH THE POWER CABLE! I used it on the new Corvette. I had it in the car for 1.5 years and it never came loose. This is one nice design that will hold up to 1g turns! Original price was $129, but you won't have to spend that much. Happy bidding!
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