Re: Installing front dash speaker
I have done this a few times, and with A/C, I don't think you can get there through the glove box. From my experience, you need to work from the bottom up. Remove the ash tray, remove the radio, unscrew the A/C controls, and let them drop down into he space created by removing the radio and ashtray. Unscrew the A/C vent, and you can work the duct pieces out the front of the dash. Once this is done, the speaker is pretty easy to remove.
Good time to replace the lights in the A/C controls if needed. Very hard to get to otherwise. I replaced mine with LED's so I hope to never have to change them again.
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68RS/SS Convertible L48 (350/295 Powerglide)