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Old 04-28-2015, 05:31 PM
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Is there anyone who can help me identify what these sunvisors are for car model and year? Presumably they are to Thunderbird. Total length about 23 inches incl. knob.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 04-28-2015, 05:49 PM
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They're definitely not for a Squarebird. Possibly a Galaxie. The shape is way off plus Squarebirds don't have a ball on the end; just a straight shaft.

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Perhaps our Mr. Dare can identify them if they are off a Galaxie?
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There not from a 64 Tbird either.
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They actually look like a 64 Galaxie
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Hi

Thank guys for your suggestions. I searched for pictures of Galaxie sunvisors on Google, but found no pictures of sunvisors similar to the ones I have. It appears to be unusually to have a ball at one end.

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Perhaps one of those "Falcons" that Ford sold in Australia. Otherwise I'm at a loss.
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Perhaps one of those "Falcons" that Ford sold in Australia. Otherwise I'm at a loss.
I have seen most of the sunvisors available on Falcons here in Oz but I don't recognise these...
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Do they look like these 61 Thunderbird convertible one's?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/USED-61-Ford...item4196394c9b
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Yes, exactly how they look. The mystery is solved. Thank you very much!

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