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Hi gang,
any idea why the top wall of the cardboard glovebox liner has the long cutout?
It dosnt seem to do be for anything....
thanks as always
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I would say , ventilation....they are cardboard, and one would not want any wet, stinky items festering in there.....



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I have no idea, but I'll buy into what E said. Makes sense. Gloves do get damp. No reason not to have a vent in the top, unless you want to keep mice in there...
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On looking, my '67 does not have the cut out at the top of the glove box. It's a repro unit I installed 20 years ago. But, I have the original, and it doesn't have the cut out either. It's a Baltimore built car. The plot thickens.....
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I have 2 nos on shelf no cutouts..
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