1967-1972 Chevy C10/GMC Billet A/C Control Panel

Vintage Air introduces new LED-backlit control panels for the 1967-1972 Chevrolet C10 and GMC Pickups designed to operate Gen IV systems. The factory control panels are often worn from years of use, or simply are just not the best match for an updated interior theme. Vintage Air’s new bolt-in replacement control panels provide 1967-1972 Chevrolet/GMC Pickup, Suburban, and Blazer owners with a great way to upgrade the functionality of their climate control system and improve the look of their dash. This drop-in upgrade is machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and features LED backlighting and a/c mode indicator, and variable slide adjustments for fan speed, temperature, and air delivery selections. The Vintage Air ’67-1972 Chevy C10/GMC Control Panels are designed to replace the factory controls and operate Vintage Air Gen IV systems and are available in two finishes: machined finish bezel (part #473080) or black-anodized bezel (part #473081). These panels mount in the OEM dash and include new mounting hardware and wiring harness.

Vintage Air Control Panels are proudly made in the USA, come with all parts necessary for a complete installation and are backed by a three-year warranty against manufacturer defects. For more information on the Vintage Air Chevrolet C10/GMC Pickup Control Panels or other products, visit www.vintageair.com or call (800) 862-6658.

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