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Vintage Ford 1963 Mirror, Oem C3ab-17743-a, Noresv on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Williamsburg, New Mexico, United States

Williamsburg, New Mexico, United States
Condition:Used Brand:FoMoCo Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:C3AB-17743-A Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

This is a OEM 1963 Ford Mirror C3AB-17743 with the Ford emblem on it from dry storage in dry New Mexico.  It is in decent usable condition with no pitting.  The chrome is shiny, bright and reflective.  There  is nothing broken or bent on this and  the mounting holes look good.  The glass reflects well with a little discoloration around the very edges, nothing very noticeable. A decent mirror that can go right on a vehicle.   However, when this was being used on a vehicle someone over swiveled the head so the base contacted the back of the mirror so there are imperfections in the chrome around the swivel ball in the center.  I have tried to show this in the last photo but the bright reflective surfaces makes it hard to see so please look closely at the photos. Buyer pays actual shipping cost with no handling charges and I will combine shipping when possible.  Please email any questions or comments.  Thanks for looking.

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