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I have two driver side mirrors (long story) that will fit 2016+ Escalade and can be added to Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Yukon Xl but you'll have to retrofit the camera if you want it working on anything other than the Escalade. Think there are some posts here on that.

 

These mirrors are fully operational with no blemishes. One mirror has the black cover and the other has a silver cover that's been removed with one of the cover clips broken and also one of the clips broken where it connects to the door. Door clip won't matter as the three bolts hold securely.

The mirror with the black cover is $160.00 plus shipping
The mirror with the removed silver cover with broken clip is $120.00 plus shipping.

Prefer local pickup in DFW area.

Mirrors include the following options:
-Heated
-Power fold
-Blind spot
-Auto sim
-Camera
-Puddle light
-Turn Signal

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