To say it gets hot in Phoenix, Arizona is a major understatment.

Finding ways to beat the heat is always a challenge. Taking a drive in your vintage Chevy C10 is one alternative but since 91% of these trucks were manufactured without air conditioning, you won’t exactly find relief from the soaring temperatures while cruising the highways.

Survive with A/C Vent Assembly

OEM air conditioning vents are difficult to find and expensive to buy.

In 2014, we began replacing OEM vents that have the classic “factory look” for 1964, 1965, and 1966 truck models. The likeness is uncanny…the performance stellar.

Along with the 5 vents the kit includes an exact template to cut the dash and some paint codes to match the original Fawn color.

There had to be a better way

There was…I developed one myself. After receiving a massive , positive response from posting a picture of my product in a Chevy Truck forum , I knew I was onto something. A few months later, I designed side vents that have the same “factory installed” appeal.

My Story

I’m Jim Hollister-a Desert Storm veteran and classic car enthusiast since the age of 15. In 2011 , I purchased a 1965 Chevy C10 and a passionate hobby was born.

Living where outside air temperatures can rise over 115 degrees; installing air conditioning in my vintage vehicle was non-negotiable. After searching for 3 years, I finally found an original A/C vent assembly for over $500.00. The price and the length of time to find said piece was irksome. The rest ,as they say, is history.

Thanks for visiting my website, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

Stay cool,

Jim Hollister

1966 SS 396 Chevelle

Ever since I was 15 years old my dream car has been a Regal Red ; Black interior with a Muncie 4 speed 1966 SS 396 Chevelle. In February 2018 that dream was realized and I owe it to these vents I sell.

1965 Chevy C10

My 1965 Chevrolet C10. 22in GM transit wheels custom widened and powder coated.