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#188097 - 11/08/10 05:54 PM sunshade rh inside
howard50 Offline
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Registered: 04/30/09
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Loc: Wisconsin,Kenosha
I recently purchased a right side accessory interior sunshade .
Reported to fit several years of cars mine included 1940, this has proven to a guess on the sellers part? The mounting holes are differently spaced and spring and washer much larger.
I cant reference the part# 987141 also on the box is the group
number 10.203 any help would be appreciated. Part 2 of this question is there a mounting bracket under the headliner right side the model is a master deluxe. ps Happy Birthday to everyone today
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#188102 - 11/08/10 06:42 PM Re: sunshade rh inside [Re: howard50]
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Registered: 01/08/02
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That visor is for a 1955 (150 series)
The 1940 visor bracket (support) fits 1937-1940 Chevrolets.
As far as the visor its self goes I wold guess the visor was the same size from 1937-1948 with many color differences.
There are holes in the structure behind the head lining.

Edited by Chev Nut (11/08/10 06:43 PM)

#188109 - 11/08/10 08:09 PM Re: sunshade rh inside [Re: Chev Nut]
howard50 Offline
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Registered: 04/30/09
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Gene, I knew you would have the answer .( Happy Birthday !!)
Well I dont have a truck that year so this wont do me much good .I couldnt feel the bracket thru the liner material ,made me unsure . I appreciate your time and effort to find the answer
for me.
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