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I am having trouble finding a 67 with air. On my 70, since the vents were the same either way, I had the stock air from a
Malibu 4 door put into my SS.

Can I do the same if I buy a 67 SS w/o air? I found a great numbers matching, 350 HP car but It has no air. I called Vintage
air but the controls look "mouse". Can I convert the car to stock air or are the vents and dash different?

All suggestions gratefully appreciated.



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Hi Chuck. firewall, complete dash, and assorted pieces need to be changed or modified. This includes simple things like the kick panel vents as well. It's not impossible, but I'd sure think twice. I was doing it to my SS396 ragtop 4 speed and that's when I found the SS I have now, so I never continued with the conversion. The heater box and passenger vent system are different. You really need a complete donor car to do a nice job. The A/C heater controls are expensive too as the controls are usually busted. A fan shroud is required and a clutch fan. The brackets are a tad hard to find for a big block, then there are all the little things like the inner fender mods, receiver/dryer and brackets, higher output alternator, etc. I think 67 is the worst year to try and convert.
 
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