When it comes to building a classic muscle car with modern amenities—you know, a Restomod—there’s a long list of possible features you might want to consider. Things like a Bluetooth stereo, updated suspension, bigger brakes, and fuel injection come to mind. But there’s one feature that really makes an old car or truck daily-drivable: air conditioning from Vintage Air.
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Our 1967 Chevelle was built over four years ago. It was fully intended to be top-notch Restomod from start to finish. It’s got a big horsepower LS engine under the hood, an overdrive transmission, and all the best suspension and brakes from CPP
Somehow though, the last piece of the puzzle, air conditioning, got left out of the mix. Thanks to our friends over at Vintage Air Inc. were able to solve that.
For the full install story, keep your eyes out for an upcoming issue of All Chevy Performance magazine.