:crazyeyes :crazyeyes :crazyeyes :crazyeyes :crazyeyesRidgemanron said:The rear view mirror looks quite small and I'm wondering if a larger one is available?
When I worked for 20th Century Fox everything was always done in 'Wide Screen' Cinemascope. Now, lets get back to finding me a mirror that willRandy Chase said:Ridge.. he is either nuts... or a comedic genius.
(I think it's comedy)
Stan:Stan said:But I'm disinterested in trying to go through that process in an hour or so while getting henpecked.
In an open top car, I find the day/night feature to be a royal pain. When you have it on "night" any lights from above - street lights for instance - cause "flashes" on the mirror. Set it backwards, and instead you get to see "flashes" of the interior being lit up. I prefer a single plane mirror like I have in my old Elan - I can set it slightly high so that I don't see the headlights behind me, but can tilt my head slightly up to see what's behind me.pinmagic said:If you could get one with a day/night feature, that would be great.
Google search found these:Ridgemanron said:When I worked for 20th Century Fox everything was always done in 'Wide Screen' Cinemascope. Now, lets get back to finding me a mirror that will
duplicate that form of visual coverage.
Miguel, you da man! That's not to say I didn't appreciate Randy's selection of a mirror. It's just that sun coming off of it would have set fire to the interior via its super-magnification feature. I will, however, consider using Randy's in my school bus.Miguel said: