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SpeedForm Retro-Style Race Mirrors (05-09 All)

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Features, Video & Details

  • 60's Retro Styling
  • Black Satin Finish
  • Paint-Able
  • Fit All 2005 to 2009 Mustangs

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

So the SpeedForm Agent 47 Retro-Style mirrors would be a great choice for the early S197 owners out there looking to make a rather large departure from those boring rectangular factory mirrors and go with a bullet-style shape, better-fitting the retro lines of the '05 to '09 cars. Now, these satin black options are currently the highest-rated and most popular after-market mirror on the site with well over 100-plus five star reviews and they are gonna land you right around that $200 price point for the pair. Now this is going to involve a little bit of work for the install but I'm still going one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter here and we will talk a little bit more about that later in the video. So again, these mirrors will definitely appeal to the '05 to '09 owners out there who are looking to make a pretty decent change to the appearance, but for not a lot of money. And sure, I'll admit that swapping mirrors at least on the surface might not seem like it's a huge deal or would make a huge impact to the overall styling. But honestly, guys, I disagree. And here is why. Listen. The factory mirrors on these '05 to '09 cars, you drive them, you know the deal, looks like they're better suited for an F150 as opposed to a sports car or a pony car. They're big, they're black, and they really don't flow too well with the lines of the early S197 cars. So to help fix that, a couple of companies, including SpeedForm here, do offer a few different retro style mirrors a little better-fitting of that retro redesign of the '05 to '09 Mustangs. Now, MMD will also offer you a pre-painted or matte black variation of the mirrors here while the SpeedForms that are currently on my table will be your only option in satin black on the site that does boast that modern kind of twist on the classic bullet mirror design. Now, if you did want to eventually paint these guys to switch up the look a little bit, maybe match them to the color of your car, you do have that option as well as the SpeedForm mirrors are paintable. Construction-wise, things are very simple here, guys. You're looking at a durable automotive grade ABS plastic for the housing itself along with some fresh glass for the mirrors themselves. You will notice, however, there's no motors included with these guys so you will need to swap those over from your factory mirrors over to the new housing and we will cover that a little bit more in the install portion. You're also going to be reusing the hardware from the factory mirrors in addition to the studs and weather stripping so don't expect to be receiving all of that with the new mirrors here. Instead, you're simply just receiving the housings themselves along with the fresh glass. Now, I will say the one and possibly only drawback to making the switch to an aftermarket mirror like this is gonna be the slight reduction in visibility as you are reducing the size of the glass itself in the mirrors. Definitely not a deal breaker for you guys out there but it is something to be aware of when installing these things for the very first time. Now, speaking of the installation, this one does involve a few steps but it is relatively straightforward so expect a solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter from me, maybe an hour or so from start to finish depending on how fast you like to work. Tool list is very simple here, gang. Expect to use a basic socket set in addition to a Torx bit set as well which will be used to help you transfer those motors from the factory mirrors over to the new SpeedForm options. Getting started, you will need to remove those factory mirrors first, so go ahead and pop off the plastic cover to expose the three nuts securing the factory mirrors to your door. Remove those and set those factory mirrors aside. At this point, you will need to swap those motors over to the new SpeedForm housing so remove the glass carefully and grab your torques tool to remove the three torque screws securing the motor to the factory housings. Transfer those motors over to the new mirrors and secure them with the hardware you just removed. With the motors in place, go ahead and install the new glass on your SpeedForm mirrors and transfer over the factory foam weather stripping to the new housings themselves before installing back onto the door area. Reinstall the three nuts and the factory plastic and your installation is complete. So if you're one of the many S197 owners out there who really aren't too crazy about those truck style factory mirrors, you'll definitely want to check out the extremely popular SpeedForm Agent 47 mirrors right here at

Retro Styling. Complete the classic retro styling of your 2005 to 2009 S197 Mustang by replacing those truck style side mirrors that came from Ford with a set of sporty SpeedForm Retro-Style Race Mirrors.

Paint-able Black Finish. Completed in a beautiful black satin finish these SpeedForm Agent 47 Retro-Style Race Mirrors can be installed as is or be painted to match your Mustangs exterior. Designed to be a hassle free installation the Agent 47 Mirrors use the stock mounting locations and connectors.

Application. These SpeedForm Agent 47 mirrors are designed to fit the 2005 to 2009 S197 Ford Mustang including the V6, GT, and Shelby GT500.

Technical Note: The mirrors are sold without motors, it is required to reuse your stock mirror motors and installation hardware.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Details

What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • None - reuses stock mirror motors and installation hardware
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
  • GT500 - 07, 08, 09

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Had these fully painted and installed in no time at all on my Vista Blue convertible.All I can say is .......AWESOME look! The car should have never left the factory floor without them,and I'm very pleased ...

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Retro Looks

It took me about 30 mins to install the driver side carefully reading the instructions and 15 for the passenger side once I knew how to do it. These mirrors are a nice aftermarket addition to an otherwise ...

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Overall Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Why are y'all no longer carrying These??


  • The SpeedForm Retro-Style Race Mirrors have been discontinued by the manufacturer due to low sales volumes.

    Rob D

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Are there replacement mirrors? Or a way to remove the mirrors without destroying them. I need to re-spray mine as they got scuffed up.


  • The mirrors should just simply pop out. It can be tough to get them out, and they will break if a lot of force is used. You can look up videos on how to remove the mirrors on Youtube. Though, if you are just trying to paint the outside, you can cover the mirrors with painters tape. This will protect them from paint without damaging them.


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does the right side mirror have flat glass, or is it convex?


  • It is slightly convex, not quite as much as the OEM glass, but it's smaller, and in proportion, is probably the same. Mirror is ok to see out of with me.


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Will the Agent 47Retro Mirrors you sell fit my 2012 Mustang Shelby GT500 Have 2012 Mustang GT500. Want to install the Agent 47 mirrors on my 2012. Will the ones you sell for the 2005-2009 Mustang fit my 2012 Shelby?


  • These Agent 47 Retro Mirrors will not fit on the 2010+ Mustangs. However, I have attached the Retro Inspired Mirrors, you can choose from Pre-Painted or the Un-Painted Matte Black finish, that will fit your 2012 GT500!


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Overall Rating 4.8

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

Installation Cost:0-$100

  • Fit 4.723404 4.7
  • Appearance 4.93617 4.9
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.489362 4.5

  • 5/5

    April 08, 2010


    Had these fully painted and installed in no time at all on my Vista Blue convertible.All I can say is .......AWESOME look! The car should have never left the factory floor without them,and I'm very pleased with the fit.My paintshop said to try the fit first,because of so many poor fits they've seen with other products...THEY FIT PERFECT!!Painted up great,"a must have custom look!"


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  • 5/5

    February 01, 2009

    Retro Looks

    It took me about 30 mins to install the driver side carefully reading the instructions and 15 for the passenger side once I knew how to do it. These mirrors are a nice aftermarket addition to an otherwise dreary factory look; they look sexy too. Had mine painted Vista Blue to match my car. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for that \'Retro\' BOSS or MACH I look.


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  • 5/5

    September 08, 2009

    Very Nice

    Easy installation when you realise that the motor's plug has to feed out of the mirror housing not the plug feeding into the housing. Other than that it was a breeze & took around 15 minutes per side to change over. They look great & retain good rearward visibility.


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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    September 02, 2011

    PIA to Install but Worth End Result

    You need the mirror motors and bolts from your existing mirrors to put into the Agent 47 mirrors to install them. With that said, this install for me was a nightmare! Maybe because my car is an '05 that has not seen a garage, I found 2 of the 3 screws holding the motor in old mirror were rusted and stripped. I knew I wanted look so I ended up drilling them out of old mirrors to get motor out and bought new screws to hold motor in the Agent 47 mirrors. Once that was done, install went smoother. After much swearing through process, I was in awe with the final result and forgot the headache I went through. I would do it again, love the look and got alot of compliments already.


    Year: 2005 Submodel: V6 Wayne, PA

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  • 5/5

    September 07, 2010


    1 word for these mirrors "SWEET" I would recommend the Agent 47 mirrors to anyone with a S197 Mustang they look so good. The hardest part of the install is getting the rubber fitting out of the old mirror (07 and newer I guess added a little extra) but even then it only took me about 25 min to do both sides. I had ordered a few other parts and had changed my rides look in about an 1 1/2 hour. Thank you American Muscle!!!!

    Robert Barker

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  • 5/5

    March 14, 2011

    not too small

    I was afraid they would look too small, but they are actually much better sized then the stock mirrors. and they look great.


    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    December 27, 2010

    Agent 47 = WIN

    I cant say enough...this was the PERFECT addition to my modded Mustang. I took my time, followed directions and had a flawless installation. These mirrors make my ride stand out from the herd.

    Rob D.

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  • 5/5

    March 13, 2010

    Excellent look!

    I love the way these look, they really set off the retro look of the '05 and newer Mustangs. I was really impressed with the ease of installation due to the included instructions as well as the instructions posted at

    JohnnieV in Las Vegas

    Year: 2005

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    September 08, 2014

    Agent47 mirrors

    The last line in the instructions may need a tissue. It should WILL need a tissue. These mirrors are drop dead gorgeous and the best upgrade you will ever make on your S197. This may be lengthy, but please wade through it. I've got a couple tips that are beneficial when mounting. I tend to learn the hard way, so I like to pass on info when it may help the next guy. I had my eye on these mirrors for a few weeks, and being a review reader, read all 91 reviews. The majority of them all said the same thing....5 thumbs up, but I read a couple reviews that said the fit was bad. Thinking they must've received a set of lemons, was really hoping that I wasn't one that might get a bad set. I know AM always takes care of their customers if there's a problem, I just didn't want to go through the hassle of contacting them and waiting on the next pair. I had the video from Agent47 showing how to mount these mirrors set up in the garage on my laptop, and methodically watched a "section", paused, watched it again, before attempting to go on. I'm a guy that can do about anything, mechanically speaking, and some things worse than others. I usually have a few parts left over whenever I do work on my car. I also had the instructions that came with the mirrors, so I felt I had everything covered. To the guys that said the fit was terrible, well the same thing happened to me after I put on the drivers side first. It was getting late last night and didn't want to go for the passenger side, so this morning I jumped on the pass side. I tossed and turned all night because I wasn't happy with the fit. At the top of the flange that joins under the rubber strip, there was a gap at least a half an inch. It stuck out far enough that I knew water would get down in there, plus it looked really bad. I had followed the directions to a tee, yet the fit was horrible. I spent a good hour doing the drivers side, but the passenger side only took 20 minutes since I was familiar with the installation. Ok, here's a critical part of the installation that the directions don't really tell you. First, pulling the wiring harness through the mirror housing is tricky, because the 2 inch long clip has to come through a rather small hole, and it's going sideways where it needs to be straight up an down. I used a real small flat blade screwdriver to "guide" the clip through the housing. It still took a little maneuvering but it came through with no problem. That's the first tip I'd like to pass on. The 2nd tip, and this is to all the guys who said the fit was I mentioned, my first attempt at mounting the mirrors I had a bad gap at the top of the triangle piece that joins the car. But something dawned on me as I put the passenger side on the next morning. There had to be something between the triangular piece and the joining up with the car that was causing the bad fit. Here's what I had done wrong......the studs that you take off and re-screw into the plastic bracket were not seated all the way down. The video guy says to just tighten until they "seat" with the plastic. These studs go in real hard, and you think you're cross threaded or something ain't right. I was afraid of over tightening them, as you're using a 5/64 socket on the cogs of the stud. Well if you'll pull back a little on the foam gasket you can see the top of the round plastic head of what you're screwing into. When I removed the drivers side this morning and looked, I was a good quarter inch from being screwed in all the way. I knew then that was my problem, even though last night I was sure I had screwed the stud in as far as it would go. Again, these studs go in really tight, almost like you don't want to keep screwing them in, but if you'll look at the top of the plastic hole you're screwing into, you can tell when you need to stop. Once I did this, the drivers side mirror fit like a glove. Now I needed a tissue. I apologize for the length of this review, but if this will help the next guy, it was worth it. I've got a good 6 thousand dollars of upgrades to my '07 Windveil Blue V6 Pony, and these mirrors top the list of add on's I've done. Truly makes the Mustang have that retro look, and why Ford didn't make these OEM is beyond me. I've got over 250 pictures of my Stang over the past 7+ years, and now I want to throw them all away and start taking current pictures, because all the previous photo's have those gawd awful truck mirrors on there, and I'm embarrassed to keep them. Thanks AM for all you do for us Pony guys!


    Year: 2007 Submodel: V6 North Georgia

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    April 18, 2012

    Lose the F-Series Mirrors

    I wish I would've bought these mirrors a long time ago. They blend in to compliment the retro style of the 05-09 Mustangs unlike the stock mirrors that stand out and draw too much attention to themselves. Installation was very easy with the toughest part being the removal of the wiring harness from the original mirrors due to the tight fit of the rubber grommet. Installation can be done comfortably within one hour. Fit and finish is great. Although the Agent 47 mirrors are much smaller than the stock mirrors, visibility with the A47s is an improvement over stock. Visibility within the mirrors is still great, but it is now possible to see around the mirrors unlike the originals. I can't recommend these mirrors highly enough. AM got them to me in record time as always.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Monongahela, PA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    April 19, 2012

    Like a tiny set of ears!

    I just went from a pair of elephant ears to a sleek retro mirror. Definitely the way it should have been. Time: 1 hour 1/2. (A very careful install) Fit: Perfect Getting out the grommet and fishing out the wires was a PIA but worth it. * This package is just the housing and mirror. You will have to reuse the factory motor, screws, and wiring.


    Year: 2005 Submodel: V6 Brantford, Ontario, Canada

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  • 5/5

    March 12, 2011

    California Dreaming

    This is just what my 07 GTCS needed! Even my wife likes them! Agent47 really came through on this high quality product! Install, I had to sacrifice one OME mirror, but it was my own impatience.. Could not be more stoked! Thanks AM & Agent47


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    September 10, 2010

    Super COOOOOOL

    Super easy install, I had to move my power mirror motors so I followed the included instruction sheet and was done in under an hour.

    John S

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  • 4/5

    November 27, 2009

    Retro mirrors

    Upon arrival of the mirrors they were packed great but one mirror had a scratch in it because they hit each other when UPS threw the box around. The mirror case had Two scratches in it. I touched it up because it was right on the top side looking down. The mirrors look much better than those UGLY exploder mirrors Ford puts on all their trucks. Ben Leone

    Ben Leone

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  • 5/5

    August 10, 2009

    Great Mirrors!

    These mirrors are incredibly nice, have to use the studs off of the old mirrors though so be careful with that. Look really good and you dont have to have them painted. Look good as is.

    Tyler McDonough

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  • 5/5

    March 10, 2009

    Great Retro addition

    Replaced my original mirrors with these in about 30-40 minutes.. Had to be the easiest upgrade I have ever made.. The Shelby looks SWEET!

    Glenn Brown

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 26, 2012

    WOW !!!

    Perfect fit and very easy install. About 10 min per side and everything goes right to place like it should have been factory mirrors instead of the F150 towing mirrors that come stock. About 1/2 or less weight than stock and almost 2" narrower per side with smaller glass mirrors that pop right on. The semi gloss surface looks better and I will not be painting them as they look better on my black the way they are. I don't know how American Muscle does it but all my orders have arrived in 3-4 days and tracking #s within 24 hrs.


    Year: 2008 Submodel: Bullitt Superior, WI, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 13, 2012

    Totally Amazing

    If you are thinking obout getting these mirrors,stop thinking just get them .These mirrors should have come with the car I had just the mirrors painted. Looks great color matched with the car.The only thing I had trouble with was finding a torx socket for removing the three studs from the old mirrors I tried a 5/32 socked it work perfect just like it was made for it.Very simple install obout 45 mins You will realize how huge the old mirrors are. I've spent about 10,000 dollars on my car so far this upgrade is one of the best You will love them Like the instructions say they will bring a tear to your eye


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT Ontario Canada

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    October 09, 2017

    Very Pleased

    Looking for the next cosmetic upgrade for my GT500. I decided to change out the mirrors. I made the decision to go with the retro agent 47 style mirrors. Could not have made a better choice. They look awesome. Very clean custom look. Painted the mirror itself and left the trim black. Very pleased.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

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  • 3/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    December 18, 2013

    Good looking mirrors, BUT!!

    These mirrors look good but there fit leaves much to be disired. The top most upper corner on both mirrors is not flush and sticks out away from the seal when the window is closed. It makes the mirrors look cheap. I dont know if I just got a bad set or what but I like my Mustang's looking clean and not like a cheap rice burner.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Detroit, Mi

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    • Response from AmericanMuscle

      This is not something we've heard of in the past. I would highly suggest giving our customer service a call at your earliest convenience so we can further help you with this.

      Lisa , Customer Care

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