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Old November 25th, 2008, 11:11 PM
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Hey guys, anyone aware if there are any other year GM sport mirrors that can be used on a 72 Cutlass? I see lots of 70-80's mirrors that look like they would work, but I'm not sure...

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Hey guys, anyone aware if there are any other year GM sport mirrors that can be used on a 72 Cutlass? I see lots of 70-80's mirrors that look like they would work, but I'm not sure...
The later mirrors use the same head but the uprights are different.
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Joe,

So you mean the angle and or height will be different and the 70-72 mirrors?
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i've seen a 72 cutlass with 1980something corvette mirrors they looked kinda wierd but nice and he used different door handles too it was all in a magazine forgot which one you might find it on google
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Originally Posted by csouth View Post
Joe,

So you mean the angle and or height will be different and the 70-72 mirrors?
Yes and yes.
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I used Fiero Mirrors on both my wagons. I wanted a sport style mirror and one that was fairly large so both my wife and I could see better. They worked out pretty well.
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I used Fiero Mirrors on both my wagons.
Actually, the Chevy B-body wagons used a very similar (if not the same) mirror. I have them on my 86 Caprice.
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Thanks for all the feedback guys. I'm going to see what I can find out there and do a trial fitting. It seems that mirrors for my year range are hard to find andguys are jacking the prices up.
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