This is a bracket to mount a Mobius Actioncam to the rear view mirror of C6 Corvettes. It removes the cover in the front of the stack and uses a zip tie or similar through the mirror to keep it from moving. This keeps the camera out of the drivers view and somewhat hidden from others (me being 6'2", visibility was the concern).
The plastic piece that attaches the mirror to windshield has a plastic plate that faces forward and covers a pocket. The pocket on my car contained nothing, hopefully the higher trim levels do not have something in their. The cover snaps on and off easily. I first tried to fit the camera in the pocket since it was a nearly perfect fit but I couldn't find a way to plug it in without drilling the back of the pocket. So instead, I 3D printed a part to fit in the pocket with a zip tie going through the printed part and the 2 holes of the mirror mount that the cover snapped into.
Note: For anyone who wants to do this, you much change the lithium battery in the camera out for the capacitor instead. The heat in the sun may cause the battery to fail, swell, or in worst case, catch fire. The capacitor works well but you have to reprogram the camera to turn on and off with power. To control the camera, use either a switched cigarette lighter, power from the radio unit, and a 5V regulator off a switched fuse.
Will need to remove internal supports if supports are used.