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rexc
Posted 2020-07-21 1:01 PM (#601155)
Subject: 1960 CowlVent Drain


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Dear Members,

I have a 1960 Chrysler with a/c and both of the rubber cowl drains that are mounted to the a/c box on each side of the engine are failing and not correct. There are just flaps that someone made and they are letting exhaust into the car. Does anyone know a source for these flap drains. There are some on eBay but they are listed for 1957-59, and I don't know if they would work. These drains are on the fiberglass heater/ac box. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Rex
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imopar380
Posted 2020-07-21 4:15 PM (#601158 - in reply to #601155)
Subject: Re: 1960 CowlVent Drain



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I bought repro ones from Gary Goers years ago for my 60 Chrysler. Now is is Quirey Quality Design who took over. https://quirey-quality-design-co.business.site/
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rexc
Posted 2020-07-30 8:50 PM (#601507 - in reply to #601155)
Subject: RE: 1960 CowlVent Drain


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Thanks so much! Let's hope they are still available!

Rex
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Dave L.
Posted 2020-08-01 2:12 AM (#601560 - in reply to #601507)
Subject: Re: 1960 CowlVent Drain



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Same here, I bought various drains for my AC car from Gary's catalog, shortly before he stopped. (As I recall, there were circular ones inside and one somewhere else?) I also sent in the rubber-covered AC flap that Gary refurbished. I hope Quirey continues the little bits and maybe improves upon a few that were a little rough.

Edited by Dave L. 2020-08-01 2:16 AM
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