I would think, if you look close, that you indeed do have a fresh air vent.
On my Clipper, it is located facing the ground.
If you just want fresh air, you could install a two way vent in the sidewall.
These are on ebay, come in steel, plastic or aluminum, and some have interior finish panels in various colours. They are easy to install and can be reversed for wet weather travel.
Do a search for what you might need.
I installed one on the Clipper to flood the batteries with fresh air as a lot of heat is trapped in this area on those hot mountain pulls.
Originally Posted by Dakota
My 95 Classic seems to be a bit of a customization (or bastardization) of a 360 coach designed for a P30 retrofitted to a Spartan EC2000.
Unless I'm missing something, there is no outside air source for the dash vents. The air inlet is a register that takes cabin air near the passengers feet.
Any thoughts, suggestions, or comments?