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A J W Birmingham wing mirrors

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Vengaburns
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A J W Birmingham wing mirrors

Post by Vengaburns » Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:07 pm

Hi all, I hope you’re all doing well.
I’ve got a quick “period” question, although not specifically DLOC.
I bought some wing mirrors for a Porsche speedster kit car I used to own, but never used them because they were hidden away in a box that I’ve now re-found!
They are chromed/ stainless steel and the only marks are on the base, AJW Bham, and from the style I’d say they are early racing style- they certainly look similar to the one on James Deans Little B* Porsche. If anyone has any info that would be help identify them I’d be very grateful; I’m not sure they’re the right style for my DS420 or LD10! :lol:
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