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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Vitaloni Baby Turbo/Storm Mirrors (pair)

June 22nd: New Price $35.

For that blacked-out Spider or Stratos kit car you're planning.

I'm not sure whether they are Baby Turbo or Baby Storm....but they're real Vitaloni's.

$60 plus shipping from 06084 Connecticut; PayPal Friends preferred.
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Bump with lower price.
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I'm wondering if those might fit my 78 Sport Sedan.

Can you provide the dimensions of the base plate please?

It's Giuseppe's giubos, not Guido's guibos, on my 78 Alfas
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Mirror base dimensions

Dear Slowcreek,

The mirror bases are 4.75" long in their naked form, right around 5" when the rubber bellows of the mirror itself are pulled over. You'll also see that the mounting screw hole spacing has a relatively wide range of adjustability. These are ultra-universal.

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I'll check it out. Are these things stable? Meaning they hold adjustment and don't go outta whack every time the door is closed.

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I guess so but never used them myself. Not the world’s biggest financial risk. John


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I’ll assemble one to the mount and let you know


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Here's my situation. My driver's side mirror is smaller than the passenger side and the glass is all scratched.

Both are Vitalones.

I'd be interested in the ones you have provided they're solid, as mentioned above, not scratched glass, and can be adjusted to a height like the ones on my car as pictured below.

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I'll buy these unless somebody else has already.

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I'll buy these unless somebody else has already.

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Yeah. Go ahead. I read up on them. They tend to need adjusting/tightening quite often.

I would be happy to have a large driver side mirror to match my passenger side.

I believe this is what I need: Vitaloni Tornado,
Size 7" 3/8 X 4" 3/8
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