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Old 07-13-2007, 10:51 PM   #1
67ChevyRedneck
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Keep Your Cool! Vintage Air Sure Fit Install in a 67 C-10

I know it's been a while but I've been pretty busy!

I did this install in the parking lot of my apartment complex a couple hours a night after work (I was always gone on the weekends!) So anyone with a little determination can do this!

*Vintage Air's directions are well done, but lacking with better descriptions and pictures. I did have a couple of mess ups and had to redo a few things, hopefully, by reading this thread, y'all can install this system flawlessly*

The kit cost around $1150 shipped. I ordered the vintage air sure fit kit with the "vintage air" style controls that all mount in the stock A/C areas. I ordered the one for a non air truck with air controls. I've been told you get much more use and climate control if you use a stock A/C controller Vs. a heater controller.

As you'll see I had to change a lot of stuff on my truck and buy tools I didn't have. I spent around $1,500 on my install! OUCH! BUT it's been more than worth it already!

I rebuilt my A/C controller too, check it out!

http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=245558

This thread will probably take me several days to compile, so please be patient!
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