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Old 12-03-2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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I'm looking to put a aircon system in my 67 coupe to help cope with the Australian summer.... Any advice on which system is best... Vintage Air, Old Air or Classic Auto Air??? Anyone fitted any of these? Any installation issues? Which ones work best? Which ones look the best? And which ones are available in Australia.... Any urgent help here would be greatly appreciated...
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It's hot as hell down there right now. Not which is best. I'd make you can get the right freon for it and parts.
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Hey Aggiesrok thanks for the response... Yes its as hot as hell here... Which system do you think is best? Have you installed any of these systems?
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Hey Aggiesrok thanks for the response... Yes its as hot as hell here... Which system do you think is best? Have you installed any of these systems?
No my sons 67 has no AC. I'll check around and see if I can get any suggestions.
Where in Australia are you? How's driving a left steer on the left? My parents lived in Bunbury for 7 years in the late 80's, early 90's.
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I live in Brisbane... and yeah it took a little getiing used to being on the wrong side of the car... lol...
Would be good if you or others could post some feedback on the A/C's...
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I live in Brisbane... and yeah it took a little getiing used to being on the wrong side of the car... lol...
Would be good if you or others could post some feedback on the A/C's...
I spoke with a friend that helped someone install a Classic auto air unit and liked it. They said the coils were bigger and should be more efficient. But I read the vintage units had servos for controls instead of cable control. I'd email them see how they about it being in Australia.
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