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Old 02-07-2014, 11:54 AM
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Thanks for the information guy's. I wondered what that hole above the headlight was for.
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This cover plate is the same and in the same location of any 48-52 right upper fender. Pete, look under the front edge of the right fender, above the right headlight. That's where this plate is located. If your's is missing, I may have one.
OK . . . sorry. My bad . . . the fender does have the mount incorporated. Thanks Ilya!

Anyhow HH we all now know what the plate if for . . . your original question.
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Mervy, my 48 didn't have a heater either. I still have all the hose knockouts in the firewall, along with the square knockout for the fresh air vent in the kick panel. I understand the fresh air was an option in addition to the heater.
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