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Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro
Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro

Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro

82-92 Chevy Camaro

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Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro
Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro
Remote LH Door Rear View Mirror Bracket for 1982-92 Camaro
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The correct bracket used to mount the mirror base to the car door. For use with 82-92 mirrors with non-electric remote control.

  • Remote door mirror bracket
  • LH side
  • Used to mount the mirror base to the car door
  • For 1982-92 Camaro mirrors with non-electric remote control
  • Camaros & Classics part number MR980

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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