Ok so I'm inheriting a 1983 Buick LeSabre, and it only has a drivers side mirror, and all the vehicles i have driven before have passenger side mirrors and i have gotten quite used to using them.

Basically I am wondering if I can get a mirror that attaches with magnets, rather than drilling holes. If these dont exist I will have to drill holes, but its going to be a bit tough because i'm not sure what to screw into on the door.

is the mirror broken?
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im not sure if it exists or not, but it would have to be one hell of a strong magnet to be stable enough.
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is the mirror broken?

it was never there...

anyways, no i don't know. best answer i have is to take it in
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im not sure if it exists or not, but it would have to be one hell of a strong magnet to be stable enough.

sorta what i was thinking, have to be pretty strong, unless the mirror is like super light....

Simply tear and attach.
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**** safety. In fact, I'd take it one step further and duct tape all over your windows and mirrors... Hell yeah
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If you aren't sure of how to attatch the mirror, just take it in to someone who does...I doubt the procedure would cost that much.
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If the place where you want to attach the mirror is metal, get a mirror with a metal exterior and weld it together.
Putting a mirror where there wasn't one previously is going to be more of a pain than it's worth. You should probably just get one of those panoramic rearview mirrors if you're worried about it.
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