I don't want to disappoint anyone, but to my knowledge, early Sprites were
delivered w/o mirrors. Certainly they were installed by dealerships and I
that period mirrors are accepted in concours.
FWIW, I think they are most attractive w/o mirrors which is the way I drive my
HAN-6. For those wondering how this is done, I have gone through a rigorous
training program which allows me to turn my head left as well as right to view
objects on the sides of the little thing.
Jay Fishbein, CT
Brad Fornal wrote:
> FWIW,I love the look of the single stalk wing mirrors and have put them on
> both my cars.I'm not sure of the EXACT proper placement of them but I have
> them centered over the top of the wheel,I have seen several photos of them in
> that area,I am anxious to see how close I am to original as I know the wisdom
> of the list will come thru, Brad (to late for me to change them but it
> makes the car look so much more......British......you know what I mean? )
> Robert Duquette wrote:
> > I'm getting tired of looking at those ugly wing mirrors on my car and I've
> > had the M-word ( single post ) mirrors sitting around for about a year
> > intermittently trying to figure out where they should go.
> > Is there a right place to put them? ( be kind now! ) I've seen them
> > mounted in varying positions over the front wheel. Should I go by the
> > picture of George's car? ( I don't actually know if George's car has 'em!
> > <sheepish grin>)
> > Was there a factory position for them?
> > Robert Duquette
> > Ottawa ON Canada
> > http://www3.sympatico.ca/robertduquette
> > RobertDuquette@Sympatico.ca
> > '65 RHD BRG Sprite