The story on how these cars were discovered can be found here. There were two identical 1973 Thunderbirds used for filming as these older classic cars would break down and were somewhat unreliable. This is not uncommon when filming movies to have multiple "backup" vehicles to prevent filming from being delayed if a car broke down. I personally salvaged some parts from the two cars - this is one of those parts.
These cars have since been compacted and destroyed. A screenshots of the visor still intact inside the car are shown here.
This is a passenger side visor. Please note the condition of the item.It shows considerable wear including fading, tears, and cracking/opacification of the mirror. The original car was left outside for decades after filming and as a result the interior and its pieces were subject to those conditions. Additionally, the following are included.
1 a professionally designed nameplate for the piece. 2 a manifest copy from the pick and pull showing that the car was in their inventory.
4 an original flyer from the pick and pull. Given the cult popularity of The Crow, and the tragic circumstances under which the movie's filming concluded, film used props have been scarce and usually fetch into the thousands, or tens of thousands range.
This is an affordable way to add a screen used piece of movie history to your collection. The item listed here has been described to the best of my ability. I will answer all questions promptly and will send more photos if requested.