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No tags or info on this...anyone know anything about it? Its 48 inches wide made of aluminum panels.  Stainless center, chrome ends.

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

Very nice exterior sun visor.

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Size/measurements and more photos would help. If you want help you have to give as much information and details as possible 🧐

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MIght be an aftermarket accessory visor made of tinted plexiglass under the white covering. Does it say anything on the shiny sides between the mounting holes, VISION VISOR maybe?

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10 minutes ago, The 55er said:

MIght be an aftermarket accessory visor made of tinted plexiglass under the white covering. Does it say anything on the shiny sides between the mounting holes, VISION VISOR maybe?

The panels are aluminum,  center stainless,  ends chrome.  48 inches wide. 

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check the attic for associated brackets.  there were two side hinge-like ones, and a small one that attached to the underside center clip.  It's aftermarket, but doesn't look like the the usual Fulton type.

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My 1st thought was mid 30's attempt  art deco style snowboard. Shows how much I know 😬

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Isn't it a Peckett? Visor.  Spelling may be wrong,  but I recall seeing a few advertised this way over the years? 

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This looks very much like the one on my 46 Chrysler.

I don't have a good pic but mine has the stamped pattern in stainless and the same center bracket that goes to the windshield center.

 

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Looks like a Fulton.  The 'Fulton' name would be stamped on the adjustable side supports.

 

Craig

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13 hours ago, Daviddetto said:

Is it valuable at all?

Giving the condition I would say not real valuable. $10 or 15 bucks at an auto flea market. Someone building a rat rod or similar project car that does not require the quality of NOS unused parts in perfect condition. Even if someone offered me $5.00 I would take it and be happy it is getting a new home and being re-purposed. Dandy Dave!  

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I don't know, the auto swap meets would bring you more than just a few bucks.

Where are you located.

I could be interested if you are close to Portland.

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