Vintage Air Underdash Heat & A/C Kit, Engine Turned, Vert. Cond.
Universal Fit, Compact A/C Kit A/C Kit Style, Underdash Dash Vent Location
- Kit includes vertical A/C condenser
- Features a stylish engine turned insert
- Condenser measures 20.75" tall x 14" wide x .75" thick
- Unit is 16 1/2" wide, 5 1/2" tall, and 13" front to back
- Comes with a 2-groove, V-Belt pulley that will accept most belts
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Exclusively from Speedway Motors! Recreate the truly vintage look of years past with this compact and stylish underdash heat and air unit. We've gathered all the high-quality Vintage Air components you'll need in to one convenient kit. Base kits exclude a condenser in case you already have one. You can also select each option with your choice of either a horizontal or vertical condenser for additional added value.
- Engine turned insert
- Includes vertical A/C condenser
- Sold as a kit
Due to various possible engine arrangements, compressor mounting brackets are not supplied.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Vintage Air 981414 Underdash Heat & A/C Kit, Engine Turned InsertPart # 7255000Qty x 1
Vintage Air 03332 SuperFlow Vertical CondenserPart # 7253332Qty x 1
Q & A
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