These are the interior components of Vintage Air's air-conditioning system for midyear Cor
This month, we continue the installation of the Vintage Air aftermarket air conditioning kit in our '67 Sting Ray coupe. Last month, we removed the glovebox, the heater cover, and the stock heater core. We also removed the hood so we could install the condenser and drier-that's where we pick up the project in this installment.
| DIFFICULTY INDEX ::: III |
|ANYONE'S PROJECT | no tools required || I |
|BEGINNER | basic tools || II |
|EXPERIENCED | special tools || III |
|ACCOMPLISHED | special tools and outside help || IIII |
|PROFESSIONALS ONLY | send this work out || IIIII |
Don't miss Part 3 next month as we finish our installation and charge the system with refrigerant!
It's necessary to replace the original 3/4-inch hose fitting (left) on the big block with
A vacuum-operated heater valve is inserted in the heater hose and controls the flow of hot
Three bare-steel brackets are supplied for mounting the compressor. To forestall rust, we
Lower and upper condenser brackets are attached to the condenser using the supplied bolts.
The fresh-air cover is installed on the passenger-side firewall under the fender to cover
The two lower OEM bolts from the bottom of the radiator support rods are loosened enough s