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Projects What Year/Make Are These Mirrors?

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  1. GreaserJosh13
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    I bought a 1955 Pontiac 4 door & these mirrors were mounted really far forward on the front fenders. I don’t think their 1955 Pontiac. Maybe I’m wrong. Anybody know what year/make their from????
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  2. 302GMC
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    Western Auto, J.C. Whitney, etc.
     
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  4. BuckeyeBuicks
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    All the kool dudes mounted them way up on the fenders in the old days:D
     
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  5. Squablow
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    Yankee made a mirror similar to that, but that one looks slightly different. There was also a company called Roberk that made aftermarket mirrors, and a bunch of no-name places. They are definitely aftermarket accessory mirrors. You can generally tell aftermarket ones because the angle of the base is adjustable, and they generally mount with screws from the top down, where as many factory mirrors have studs from underneath or maybe a hidden bracket.

    A lot of cars came from the factory without any side mirrors, adding them on was pretty common.
     
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  6. s55mercury66
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    Well crap, nobody told me they went on the FRONT fenders!
     
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  7. BJR
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    Looks like a Yankee Tri Bar mirror to me. My dad had a pair of those on the front fenders of his 53 Olds 88 back in the day.
     
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  8. Belair235
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    I'd say you're right on that... "Swap meets here I come!"
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  9. 41rodderz
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    Wouldn't factory mirrors have a part number under the base as well ?
     

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