Item description for How to Air Condition Your Hot Rod (Hot Rod Basics) by Jack L. Chisenhall & Norman Davis...
As air conditioning has become an accepted part of every new car, it's also become an expected part of nearly all hot rods, from 1932 Fords to 1966 GTOs. How To Air Condition Your Hot Rod explains how to plan and install air conditioning in street rods, muscle cars, American classics and pick up trucks. From determining how much radiator is enough, to picking and installing the compressor brackets, the information you need to buy and install an air conditioning system is contained here. Three start-to-finish installations are documented, as well as discussions of all the major components. With over 350 color photos and 144 pages, this book, written by the owner and chief engineer at Vintage Air, takes you from planning to installation, from hot rod to cool ride.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.5" Height: 11" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 15, 2009
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1929133448 ISBN13 9781929133444 UPC 652576334487
Availability 0 units.
More About Jack L. Chisenhall & Norman Davis
Jack Chisenhall is the man who started Vintage Air, the nation’s leading manufacturer of aftermarket air conditioning units for street rods, muscle cars and special vehicles of all types. More than just the company owner, Chisenhall is very much involved in design and installation of air conditioning on a daily basis.