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bschroeder
    
What is the correct location for a door mirror on a 57 Chevy Bel Air
How far back from the front edge and how far down from the side window is the front screw hole need to be drilled to locate the mirror in the factory position?
posted: March 24, 2009
 
    
 
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corvetteali
    
This website might be able to offer some help www.trifive.com/garage/1957%20Chevy%20Index.htm
posted:  March 27, 2009
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19cvy57man
    
Back in the 50's some outside mirrors were options especially on the passenger side door. I bought my 57 Bel Air from a fella out of Califonia and the mirrors were already in place so when I restored the car I put them back in the original holes. Here are some pixs my 57 and where the mirrors are located. Hope these photos help you out. Should you find that these mirrors are in the correct factory position make sure that they clear the wing windows when opened.
posted:  April 3, 2009
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