Catching The Right Kind Of Cold With Vintage Air


We’ve all gone out to the garage, fired up the beast, and backed out only to be met with the fiery blast of August’s summer cauldron. Crank the windows down? Sure, that works alright once you’re cruising down the highway. Give the vent cables a yank? Yeah, the breeze to the kneecaps helps a little. But how many times have you (or worse, your significant other) said, “It’s just too hot to get the old car out today”?

Vintage Air is here to help with an ever-expanding lineup of bolt-in climate control systems. Their SureFit kits, available for wedge-powered 1970 – 1974 E-bodies and 1966 – 1970 B-bodies, are engineered as “vehicle specific” systems. You get a clean, factory look with minimal modifications and maximum cool factor (literally). No one wants to hack up a nice dash frame just to install air conditioning, so the Surefit series is designed to use as many factory holes and brackets as possible. It makes for an incredibly straightforward installation.

For our A-body, C-body, and 1971 – 1974 B-body brethren, check out the Builder series that serves as a create-your-own Vintage Air climate control system. They even have a team of experts to guide you in taking all of the correct measurements and checking all of the right option boxes to get the your system pouring out a nice, frosty chill.

Don’t forget, Vintage Air also offers a trove of accessories such as electric fans, electric fan wiring kits, insulation, brackets, and pulleys.

No more sweating through a local cruise night. No more grand-kids asking why it’s so hot in dad’s or grandpa’s old car. No more turning the radio’s volume knob to eleven just to hear it over the scream of Mother Nature’s scalding exhalation. Don’t let the creature comforts go unnoticed! Let Vintage Air help at www.vintageair.com or call 1-800-862-6658.

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Kent Will

Kent grew up in the shop with his old man and his '70 Charger R/T. His first car was a 1969 Super Bee project when Kent was fourteen. That restoration experience lead to pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a career in manufacturing. Since then, the garage has expanded to include a '67 Satellite, a '72 Scamp, and a 2010 Mopar '10 Challenger.

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