I'm planning to mount it on the driver's door. I'm not going to actually
install it until the car is painted, but I wanted it so I could drill the
holes. Then I'll fill the hole where the bullet mirror is mounted.
I failed to mention that the other advantage of this particular style is
that it's cheap. <g>
on 11/9/01 7:57 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org at email@example.com
> I have one of those Max.. I bought it to fill some holes in my fender where
> someone had mounted a mirror before. The holes where center of the wheel
> For a right hand mirror that far out it was hard for me to see much out of it.
> Where did you mount it? I was probably at the same local moss distributor
> also. I wanted to get my order for body parts in since today was the last day
> the discount sale. I didn't order mirrors though. I'm still not sure what
> going to use. I think the California vehicle code requires at least two
> either a rear view and a left side or two side mirrors.
> Dennis Cox
> 67 MGB
> Max Heim wrote:
>> OK, I visited my local Moss distributor, and we confirmed that the
>> illustrations in the catalog are screwed up. I wound up getting the one
>> described as "Lucas style period accessory", #37 in the picture, part
>> #223-310. Thanks to Robert Bennett who recommended same. It seemed to have
>> the best combination of period appearance and practical function. The round
>> mirror itself is considerably larger than the one in the bullet style
>> mirror, for example. The later rectangular mirrors didn't fit my mental
>> image of a period accessory.
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
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