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Anyone install Vintage Air in a 1967 Coronet?

Thanks for the write up. Its full of great info. I'm getting ready to pull the trigger and buy a AC unit for my 66 Charger. My issue is even though its a AC car from the factory one of the previous owners put a 1973 360 in it. Didn't they put LA block 318's in 67 Chargers?I guess I'm going to have send Vintage AC a email to see if a 67 318 system would work.Thanks for the write up it was good.
Yes the LA was used in first generation Charger. Start a email dialogue with vintage air. They assign a real person to your quote and he and only he guides you through the course and even makes certain tech people support you as needed.

My recommendation is after you get the initial quote start sending pulley set up pictures to vintage air and asking questions.

Please do start a thread and keep us all updated of the progress.
Went to two car shows today. Drove in 103F temperatures and the coronet AC blowing 44.7F out the two center vents. Long traffic lights and the coolant rises to 205, so I shift to neutral at known long traffic lights. Otherwise under 200 coolant temps.

Won 2nd place at a show that had mostly Chevy. Was the only Mopar in attendance. In N Out gift card for $25 and a coffee mug!


Congratulations, Bill ! Thanks for representing Mopar to all the Chevie 's.
What carb are you running?

There's a fast idle solenoid kit for Edelbrocks.
What carb are you running?

There's a fast idle solenoid kit for Edelbrocks.
I've got the 1406. I've thought about the solenoid as vintage air has the line for that feature.
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