The VA kit comes with everything you need to install A/C in your A body ‘68 Chevelle or El Camino (see pic to your right).
It was suggested that we present the installation in two parts. The first part being the under the hood installation and the second part being the under the dash installation. Since the “under the dash” is going to require removing the dash, we’ll save that for next time because it means we will be installing our Dakota Digital Dash and Custom Auto Sound stereo at the same time.
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CRAIG CHERRY 1964 FORD GALAXIE
Craig Cherry’s Galaxie is a perfect example of a muscle car time capsule.
CRAIG CHERRY 1938 Chevrolet Cabriolet
While walking through Craig Cherry’s massive car collection one car stuck out and caught my attention more than the others; it was his 1938 Chevrolet Cabriolet.
RPM NATIONALS 2020 - Santa Margarita Ranch
It was touch and go there for a while. We all followed the RPM Nationals on Instagram waiting to hear if there was going to be a 2020 event? Then word came that they were going to have the event but were not sure if spectators were going to be allowed. So again we patiently waited to find out if it was going to be a racers-only event.
SPEEDWAY MOTORS MUSEUM OF AMERICAN SPEED
“This place is a national treasure!” was the answer I gave the docent when he asked what I thought of the museum.
The Bob Frey Collection
So why does the “Mopar guy” have a 1965 Mustang?
INSTALLING A/C IN YOUR ‘A' BODY! PART ONE: UNDER THE HOOD
Since I’m still waiting for the QA1 lower control arms to come in, we’ll have to hold off on doing the front suspension until later. In the meantime let’s get our Vintage Air (VA) A/C installed on our project car!
This beautiful 1932 Ford Sedan just screams “Hot Rod!” when you look at it and maybe that’s why its owner, Dave Lozano, wanted it so badly.
What is it about shop tours that we all love so much? I think we’re all curious to see the next batch of upcoming hot rods, but it’s something more than that.
Project FIXER UPPER
The latest news is that all the suspension and brake pieces are on backorder until mid-July! Dang COVID 19 has really slowed things down.
It was a season to remember. It was a season to forget. Either way, you look at it, it was the strangest of seasons for San Francisco that you will ever see. Looking back at the year that was to illustrate that point, The Niner Report has assembled the best, worst and most unconventional of the 49ers’ 2020 season.
TO BE DETERMINED…
49ers enter offseason with options at QB
TOP 8 Worst encore seasons
There have been plenty of tough acts to follow in the history of the 49ers franchise with a team that has five Super Bowl championships, seven Super Bowl visits, 16 trips to the NFC Championship game, and 27 playoff appearances. That kind of success has seen the 49ers enter many seasons over the years looking to take the next step to greatness or simply maintain it. That makes them fall and crash even worse when San Francisco failed to achieve those goals coming off triumphant seasons. The 2020 49ers know all about it, which lands them a place on this list of the worst encore seasons in franchise history.
SEASON IN REVIEW
Did somebody say Super Bowl hangover?
After building the 49ers into NFC champions with young talent during their first three years together — when San Francisco had a total of 40 rookies see action from 2017-2019 — the team’s leadership tandem of general manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan found themselves with considerably less draft capital at their disposal in the fourth year of their partnership.
GOOD MOVE OR BAD MOVE?
Revisiting 49ers’ 2020 personnel decisions
Tenders of the Vine
Visiting Russia’s Nascent Wine Region
Restoring the Future
A Small Town Gets a Makeover
Here I stand, on the summit of Anik Mountain, drenched to the bone amid zero visibility, driving rain, and a fierce wind.
A Time for Pirogi
Food & Drink