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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Jul 23rd, 07, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Hi,

Can someone post a picture of the interior of a 69 with factory air. The part I am trying to see/learn about is located at the trans hump near the drivers side. That is the photo I would love to see...

There seems to be a plastic housing that comes down from under the dash and sits at the hump near the passenger side. It contains two round holes and cold air blows from the holes when a/c is on.

I want to make sure the set up I have is correct or if I am missing any connections to these two holes?

Of course the center vents are also blowing cold air, too.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jul 24th, 07, 03:21 AM
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Re: Factory air on 1969 Camaro-

here's a pic of the AC components for a 69. there is a different piece i believe for console and non-console cars, that part would be the one on the right. this set-up is for a console car. the piece you describe is the center foreground piece.



here's glimpse of what the console part looks like mounted. i don't have a good pic of the piece you describe.


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Re: Factory air on 1969 Camaro-

This is my view in my a/c 69 hump duct hope it helps.


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Thanks for sending the pictures!

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Re: Factory air on 1969 Camaro-

That circular part that looks bronze is plastic but it swivels 360 degrees so you can direct air where you want it. Not sure if they repro that part either.

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