This outside mirror decal gives the appearance to be etched in the mirror. It's designed to go near the bottom of your drivers side mirror and closely matches the design of the "Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear" on the passenger mirror.
Same Font as "Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear" for passenger Side
Unique "Etched Glass" look
Dimensions: 4"W x 5/8"H
What's in the Box
(1) Mirror Decal
This clever saying "Objects In Mirror Are Losing" decal sticker is sure to bring a grin to anyones face who sees it. It's a real hit at the race tracks among the racers. Even thought it's subtle it catches your eye.
It's designed to be installed on the lower section of the driver's side rear view mirror and measures 4 inches wide by 5/8 inch tall.
In the late 1970s, Kirbin Performance stated off as a small mail-order business catering to Pontiac GTO owners. By the 1990s, they ventured into various models of the Ford Mustang, offering many billet engine compartment, interior, and exterior dress up components. This helped skyrocket the business and give enthusiasts the ability to clean up their engine bays with Kirbin's line of billet covers and caps. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for Kirban fuel pressure gauges, chrome strut tower covers, billet fuel pressure regulators, shift knobs, and other chrome engine accents.
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