OER 2802869 66-74 Mopar A Body Outer Door Mirror, Round Type, RH
66-74 Dodge, 66-74 Plymouth
OER reproduction of the outer door mirror manufactured in a high quality die-cast zinc material just like the original Dodge mirror. For use with A and B-body appllications. Features pentastar markings for an authentic replacement.
For use w ith drivers side remote style mirror, part number MD2207.
Mopar Authentic Restoration™ Product
Includes screws, gasket and mounting hardware for complete installation.
- 1970-74 Duster
- 1966-74 Dart
- 1971-72 Demon
- 1966-74 Valiant
- 1966-69 Barracuda
- 1971-74 Scamp
- 1973-74 Dart Sport
- 1968-70 Super Bee
- 1970-70 Superbird
- 1966-70 Charger
- 1966-70 Satellite
- 1966-70 Belvedere
- 1968-70 Road Runner
- 1966-70 Coronet
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