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Contact the seller and send your cars ORVM image. Then ask him to send you a real image of the mirror he intents to ship if you decide to buy. If it matches your cars model then buy and just swap it.
I have done this on my Swift and enjoying a peaceful and glare-less drive every night.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/diy-do...are-orvms.html (DIY Install: Auto-Dimming IRVM & Anti-Glare ORVMs)
Please read it for an details and images of before and after.
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