The 1967 Camaro used for the 48 Hour Build wasn’t equipped from the factory with AC. That didn’t stop us from getting the best air conditioning system available! The Vintage Air Gen 4 system made the install of the condenser, evaporator and all the other components a breeze. Rick Love shows the details in this video.
Solid, dependable, compact, and attractive… we’re talking about Vintage Air’s Front Runner for the LS engine. This system makes quick work of mounting all the needed components (alternator, ac compressor, water pump, power steering pump) to your LS engine.
Rick Love talks about the advantages of the Vintage Air Condenser.
Vintage Air tech tip brought to you by Rick Love.
Vintage Air talks about their product. The live feed has begun on 48HourCamaro.com.
Everybody got a little rest last night and we are on the gas this morning. Lots of detail work today. Wiring, cooling, interior, A/C, and more wiring. We have also got the drive shaft ordered and we'll be installing the fuel system today.
|The menu from RideTech Bar & Grill||Pork Shoulder for supper tonight|
|Forgeline sexyness||Moser rear and Baer brakes|
|American PowerTrain clutch master||U.S Radiator going in|
The 48 Hour Camaro will be used way to much to not have a great AC system. If you've thought about upgrading your "HOT" rod, you'll want to watch just how simple it is to provide great modern air in your classic ride. We'll show you all the steps to make sure you get your ride as cool as the 48 Hour Camaro will be with our Vintage Air Install.