Are you the proud owner of a vintage or hot rod car looking to add both style and functionality? Peep mirrors are the perfect accessory to complement your vehicle's classic look while improving safety on the road. In this guide, we'll walk you through everything you need to know about choosing and installing peep mirrors from our premium collection.

Choosing the Right Peep Mirror

Peep mirrors come in various styles and sizes to suit different preferences and vehicle types. Here's a breakdown to help you make the right choice.

  1. Arm: Our round peep mirrors are available in classic curved arm or straight arm designs. The curved arm mirrors offer a timeless look with an elegant curve, while the straight arm mirrors provide a more streamlined appearance. Consider your car's aesthetic, mirror location, and personal preference when selecting between these two styles.

  2. Size: Determine the ideal mirror size based on your application and visibility needs. We offer peep mirrors in 3" inch and 4" inch diameters in both the bent and straight arm. The 3" inch mirrors are compact yet effective, while the 4" inch mirrors provide a broader field of view. Both sizes are sold in pairs for added convenience.

  3. Style: Besides the classic round style, we also have the Bullet Style mirror and Maltese Cross heads.

    bullet peep mirror and maltese cross peep mirror

Installing Your Peep Mirrors

Now that you've chosen the perfect peep mirrors for your car, it's time to install them. Follow these step-by-step instructions for a hassle-free installation process.

  1. Preparation: Gather your tools, including the provided Allen key. Ensure your vehicle's surface is clean and dry before starting. The rubber seals included with each pair of mirrors protects your car's paintwork from scratches and ensures a snug fit.

  2. Placement: Decide on the optimal placement for your peep mirrors. They can be mounted on either the straight edge at top of the door or the leading edge of the door adjacent to the front pillar. The universal clamp-on design eliminates the need for drilling, preserving your vehicle's originality and making installation straightforward.


  3. Attachment: Stick the black rubber seals to the inside faces of the clamp. Position the clamp against the bodywork, and with the arm screw loosened, rotate and align the arm within the designated area. Tighten the arm screw to lock it into position, then use the metal lip and two grub screws to secure the mirror unit to the door. Tighten the grub screws evenly using the Allen key until the mirror is firmly attached.

  4. Finishing Touches: Once installed, check the alignment and stability of the mirrors. Adjust the mirror head if necessary to ensure optimal visibility from the driver's seat. 

  5. Final Inspection: After installation, take a moment to admire the enhanced appearance of your vehicle. Test the mirrors to confirm they provide clear and effective rearward visibility.


With our premium peep mirrors, you can achieve both style and practicality for your classic car or hot rod. Whether you prefer the timeless elegance of bent arm mirrors or the sleek design of straight arm mirrors, our products are designed to meet your expectations for quality and durability.

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Explore our full range of peep mirrors and order yours today to elevate your vintage car to new heights of elegance and functionality. For more information or assistance, feel free to contact our knowledgeable team who are always ready to help.

By Thomas Kiu


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