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I've been looking for reasonably priced '69 racing mirrors for my daughter's '69 coupe it seems like since the beginning of time. Everytime I find some, if they are a reasonable price, it's because they're thrashed.

I just bought some '80 Camaro mirrors in perfect shape on ebay ... $20 for the pair. Now the question ... are they going to look trick on the '69 or like [censored]? I figured for $20 I'd get them, and see what it looks like. If it's going to look like a Chevy mirror on a Mustang, I'll just re-sell them. But if they end up looking good ... hmmm

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Hey if they look good why not....Just try to convince yourself they are not from a camaro. You could say, You always have camaro in your rear view mirror......

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Oh heavens, what will the judges say. Hey you go girl. One of my favorite things is to go get sport mirrors in the junk yard to make a old car look better. American ingenuity I say.

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Use them if you like them, as long as they don't have a bowtie emblem showing. You can always say they're aftermarket.

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Hey why not! BTW, I saw some 69 mirrors at the MCA show in Pensecola that would have worked great. Too bad i didn't know you needed some. Anyway, R U going to paint them to match the body color or paint them Black?

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Feel good about liberating parts from a poor old chevy....lol.... I just liberated a set of tires from a corv#@@$.
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