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Wanted-a spot light-mirror combination for my 1921 touring


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If anyone had a decent spot light/mirror combination for mounting on the drivers side of the front window of a 1921 Model 45 Touring I would be interested in purchasing if it is for sale.

 

Thanks

Chuck

 

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Chuck: The one I have I found at Hershey. There were dozens of Stewarts for open car mounting. This one was the best I found. Nearly perfect reflector /glass and mirror. A quick wipe down and new wiring to be mounted on the car.  Of the many I looked at this was the cheapest ($35.00.) Many of the others were $75.00 and up for something thoroughly rusted with broken glass or mirrors or both and little silvering left on the reflectors. I have an all nickel example to mount on my 1925 Master. It was probably on a piece of fire-fighting equipment. 

 Ebay usually shows quite a few. Just query Stewart Spotlight. Vintage cars.

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Did a quick search Vintage Spotlight and there is..

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-PITTSBURGH-SIX-6-SPOTLIGHT/273803006956?hash=item3fbfee53ec:g:e5cAAOSwLcNZW

Looks to have a nice mirror and reflector. 

Below is the same unit I had on my Master. Also on ebay.

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It looks very period to your 1921. But, this has no windshield post mount or any other mount for that matter. It is 200% better than what mine looked like.

 

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