Try Bull Motif or East Susses Motors of England on the web. Also,
Autofurbish. The Morris Traveler and the Austin A35 and A30 have rear
reflectors like yours. The problem is that the Morris and A30/35 use a FLAT
rubber base instead of the bevelled one in your picture. If the rubber is
salvageable, at least you can get a new plastic lens and fit it in.
> My 1967 Austin A60 Pickup has a broken reflector lens in the back. The
> is 1.5 inches in diameter and is mounted in a rubber base with a chome
> surrounding it. As it sits on a curved surface, the base has a 1/2 inch
> to it in order to end up with the lens angled correctly.
> Does anybody know of any British cars that use a similar reflector with
> bevelled rubber base? The correct lens with a flat base is easy to find,
> the bevelled base has proved to be more difficult. Since they come as a
> with the base, lens and chrome ring and one of the rubber bases is getting
> little ragged, I may as well get the correct bevelled base with the lens,
> possible. I don't find it on any of the MG or AH models. I thought
> one of the Morris models might have a similar unit? If so, do you know
> I might find one?
> Thanks in advance,
> Larry Daniels
> 79 MGB LE
> 60 Bugeye
> 67 Austin A60 Pickup (Ute)
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