Have you re-chromed your early dash board mirror? Can't find a decent shop to accurately cut a mirror to the exact shape of your holder? Well, it's a bit hard to hand cut this shape at the local glass shop. These little replica beauties were reversed engineered to the exact original using CMM technology and were computer cut. Yes we bribed a few out of the company just before production of 100 pieces of the full assembly closed. Get one now or as they say "You snooze, you lose!"
Instructions: Purchase glass and fit to mirror frame before plating. Sometimes the ridge of the frame may be bent or tweaked from the old glass being removed or from mis-handling. Test fit the glass. With a small, hobby style, needle nose plies bend the en-closer ridge forward or back to allow the glass to drop into the en-closer freely. Be sure to remove the rust that may have built up around the en-closer where the glass will seat. See 2ND PHOTO.3RD PHOTO GLASS ASSEMBLED. The rust can inhibit the glass from fitting flush to the edge. Do not force the glass as it can break. Once you are satisfied with the fit send out the back plate for plating. Make sure they do not over buff, bend or distort the en-closer.