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lost my original side view mirror doing 100K on the transcanada today,no

Does anyone have a side view mirror for a 65 Canso SD for sale, I'd prefer the no bowtie.



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didnt get a PM?



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here' s a picture of the mirror i have

 

it looks to be a GM part and not a reprol-

 

the part number as well as i can read  it is 151339

 

IMG_5099.JPG

 

 



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Howdy and thanks. Im out of town and away from the car until Wednesday. That pretty much looks like it but Ill have to confirm next week.
Im in Vancouver(Coquitlam)

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Sure no problem

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As an FYI, the blunt end on the base will work on your '65, but the pointed end is correct (and hard to find).

I used to have an NOS pointed base one complete with mounting template but I traded it away to Antique Chevrolet Parts years ago.

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By chance,  did you try Ames Performance ? 



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IMG_6369.png

IMG_6370.png

This is the correct mirror your looking for



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The one bigdreams posted is 66/67 Canso and maybe other models.

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well it was the passenger side miror which I dont believe was a option at the time? I will look at the driverside tomorrow and will want to match that.

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TooBad wrote:

well it was the passenger side miror which I dont believe was a option at the time? I will look at the driverside tomorrow and will want to match that.


Those mirrors with the round head could be used as driver's or passenger's mirror. Once they got into the rectangular head they started producing left & right-hand side mirrors.

Novas were the last Chevy to use the round head mirror through 1972.



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Check Ames Performance.com
for mirror selections.
I bought a couple of mirrors for my Impala from them.
Good quality.


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Like the larger type for my eyes. 

 

 



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Im a bit confused. Both of my cars have the same mirrors. However they are not what is being shown here. I will double check over the next few days but they are the same as this one.i believe they are both the originals. Maybe not?



-- Edited by canso65 on Tuesday 13th of February 2024 11:13:16 PM

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to me the mirror on your drivers side looks like a 67 impala mirror

 

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/314052779693?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=706-89093-2056-0&mkcid=2&mkscid=101&itemid=314052779693&targetid=1656417413710&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1002604&poi=&campaignid=17297476241&mkgroupid=135489415143&rlsatarget=pla-1656417413710&abcId=9300870&merchantid=584389068&gad_source=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIppDa14OrhAMVR1xHAR2u4gVgEAQYByABEgJnxfD_BwE

 

i dont have anything to  match that 

the mirror of mine i showed you the picture of earlier- i bought it loose and don't know what car it came from- i just was matching up with the no bow tie specification

 

anyway good luck with your search



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oshawacliff wrote:

Check Ames Performance.com
for mirror selections.
I bought a couple of mirrors for my Impala from them.
Good quality.


 The .mirrors I bought did not have any bow tie on them and were  the rectangular shape which I liked better for more vision.

Cliff

EDIT...   https://www.amesperf.com/

 

 



-- Edited by oshawacliff on Thursday 15th of February 2024 03:11:05 PM



-- Edited by oshawacliff on Thursday 15th of February 2024 03:14:23 PM

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Like the larger type for my eyes. 

 

 



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my existing driver side mirror is the same style as Bigdreams photo, flat ends.



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Check antique Chevrolet in Dundas, they have them similar to these with and without a Bowtie.


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that mirror is for sale if you are interested



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