Corvette C3 Sunvisors With Embroidered Logo on 2040-parts.com
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Corvette C3 Sun Visors Embroidered with C3 logo. Black vinyl. Mounting hardware not included (presumably, you still have yours). My car came with many extra parts, including these sun visors. They are embroidered with the C3 logo on both sides, and seem to be in "near new" condition. Price for new ones is approximately $100, just checking around the internet.
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