i'm quite hesitant to do this, but i honestly think it's likely the best aesthetic solution to the vintage air ducting issue. i'm planning a vintage air install in a '67 GTO, but i despise the long, plastic duct that runs under the length of the dash in their GTO kit - looks horrible. so, i had an idea (beyond simply mounting flat ducts on either side of the car under the dash - which is option #2 ), but i can't decide if it's worth doing, as it would mean cutting into a perfectly fine dash in a NOM car. the plan is to possibly cut 2 circular holes into the dash where the stock side ball vents go and actually mount stock ball vents (see pics) into the dash. the center vents would not be done, just these 2 outer vents. to me, aesthetically, this would be a very nice finished install, but it would also be non-original. any thoughts - great finished look/install or bad idea cutting into non-a/c dash??
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