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Scott Drake Deluxe Remote Mirror Kits with LED indicators

1964-1966 Ford Mustang

Part # C5ZZ-17696-LED Be the first to write a review
Estimated Ship Date: 06/30/2023
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Classic Mustangs have a lower profile than most modern cars. ensure that your car is noticed when you change lanes with LED turn signal indicating mirrors. This safety feature helps prevent side collision accidents by giving cars in your blind spot plenty of warning when you need to change lanes. The LED Mirrors are made with show quality reproductions and look factory correct. Superbly detailed to pass even the most critical inspection. Right side mirror is made using Convex glass to improve field of vision. Equipped with patented electronics these reliable LED turn signal indicators blink only when you activate your turn signals not when you hit the brakes like other kits. Easily installs to existing turn signal wiring with no complicated control boxes to worry about. Kit includes two mirrors, patented "click" sound electronic flasher, all connectors, mounting hardware and easy to follow instructions.

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Scott Drake is the world's largest manufacturer and supplier of reproduction parts for classic Mustangs. Featuring thousands of quality products, Scott Drake is also one of the largest manufacturers of Ford-licensed parts.

Brand Scott Drake
Convex Shaped GlassNo
Emission Code6
Indicator MarkingsYes
Inside AdjustableNo
Product TypeDoor Mirror
Part NumberC5ZZ-17696-LED

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