Replacement Mustang Sun Visors
Factory style Mustang sunvisors now available from 50resto in the closest OE colors available. Made of high quality cloth material, OE construction and designed to perfectly compliment one of our new cloth headliner kits. Sunvisors are smooth on both sides and do not include attatching bracket, mirror, or hardware.
Sun Visor Function
Sun visors are located in your Mustang's interior just above the windshield and attach to the roof or ceiling. Ford Mustangs have two sunvisors, one on the driver side and one on the passenger side. The main purpose of the sun visor is to block the sun from the eyes of the occupants to allow safer driving conditions. They can also be turned to the front side window to reduce lateral sun exposure.
Fits Mustang coupe and hatchback only! Does not fit convertible.
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