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LUCAS STYLE FENDER MIRRORS, TR2, TR3
The Lucas-style mirrors listed here are only one version of the accessory mirrors
manufactured by Lucas, Tex, and others back when the cars were in production.  This
style has passed the test of time, however, and it is still readily available.  They are
rather painful to adjust, either taking two people or requiring the driver to get in and out
of the car until he or she gets them right.  Obviously, these were made by Lucas
originally, but today, they are made by a different manufacturer.  The name "Lucas" no
longer appears on the plate behind the mirror, but we have found  that we made be able
to get plates with the correct branding for the purist.  TRF has manufactured the rubber
gasket as a replacement part, as our customers have requested it.  Note that convex
lenses give a wider view, and some drivers like it on the RH aide to aid in parking.
Part No.
Description
No.Off
List Price
Your Price
FENDER MIRRORS,
reproductions
of Lucas originals; require a hole
through the fender for installation
Fender Mirror,
LH, flat lens
1
24.95
Fender Mirror,
RH, flat lens
1
24.95
Fender Mirror,
LH,  convex lens
1
24.95
Fender Mirror,
RH, convex lens
1
24.95
Gasket,
replacement, fender mirror;
A/R
3.75
comes with new mirrors
Back Plate,
replacement, includes
A/R
15.95
Lucas name as on original mirrors
RADIATOR GRILLES AND OTHER SHINY PARTS,
TR2, TR3—Continued


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