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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 30th, 10, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Putting Vintage air on in phases to save $

I could not scrape up the $1300 for Vintage air but have to put my front fenders and engine back together.

Luckily, you can just buy the interior package for $750 which allows you to get the inside done/firewall plate and put the car back together, just leaving the compressor and more accessible under hood items for a later date.

Of course, the day after I buy this, some one is having a sale for $50 less. Ah well.

I hope this helps someone.

1968 Convertible L92 VVT project, Hotchkiss lowering front & rear.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 31st, 10, 11:33 AM
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Re: Putting Vintage air on in phases to save $

Hey Patrick,

I've been also thinking about this topic. my motor already has the march pully setup with the a/c compressor included. so what i was looking at is ordering the lines and bulkhead so i can hide the hoses inside the fender and finish the front end. then finish under the dash later. have not talked to vintage air about pricing for these parts, but i assume it will cost more if not purchased as a package.
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Re: Putting Vintage air on in phases to save $

Actually only pennies Patrick. In fast math. The condensor and dryer kit is $200, Hose kit is $100, the dash kit is $750, Compressor and bracket $300. We do this all the time
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Re: Putting Vintage air on in phases to save $

I have a Condensor and Dryer W/pressure switch left over from a project. Also some other pieces. PM me if interested and I will email you pictures.

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