Vintage Air in Poncho Perfection Magazine

Installing Vintage Air’s “Sure Fit” Climate Control System in a ‘70 LeMans With the introduction of their new “Sure Fit” system series, Vintage Air has moved the concept of ready-to-install A/C systems in muscle era cars to a new level of performance and ease of installation. While factory air systems were available back then, many […]

VINTAGE AIR RELEASES NEW PULLEY KITS TO SUPPORT FORD BIG BLOCK ENGINES

The Vintage Air big-block crankshaft and water pump pulley kits match OEM offsets and diameters and provide a direct fit on classic Fords.   Vintage Air, the leading manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for classics, trucks, hot rods, and street rods, has announced the release of three new pulley kits for big-block Ford […]

VINTAGE AIR RELEASES NEW CAST FRONT RUNNER FOR LT1 AND LS ENGINES

  Vintage Air, the leading manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for classics, trucks, hot rods, and street rods, has announced the release of its all-new Cast Front Runner drive system for GM LT1 and LS engines. The new Cast Front Runner provides a simple and more compact solution for mounting front drive accessories […]

Jack Chisenhall Inducted Into The SEMA Hall Of Fame

  Jack Chisenhall is known for his prowess in developing climate control systems for classic cars, trucks, hot rods, and street rods; he has spent the last 44 years positioning Vintage Air as the unquestioned leader in this market. Not only is Vintage Air the premier complete performance air conditioning system manufacturer, but Jack’s design […]

Installing Heat, Cool, and Defrost in Your Street Rod on In the Garage Media

It’s as Simple as Hot & Cold There’s one distinct advantage to any enclosed street rod: you are in charge of the weather, sort of. Truthfully, a closed car with a cool, heat, and defrost system is something we take for granted on our everyday drivers but it’s something we have to engineer into our […]

Vintage Air in Mopar Connection

Vintage Air Sets Up This 1967 Satellite For Summer Sundays A look at the history of aftermarket air conditioning systems shows that both technology and the engineering behind it have come a long way. Some of our elder statesmen might recall that one of the first to the market was the window-mounted “car cooler.” First […]

VINTAGE AIR RELEASES BOLT-IN REPLACEMENT CONTROL PANEL FOR 1966-67 CHEVROLET NOVA

Vintage Air, the leading manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for classics, trucks, hot rods and street rods, has announced the release of its new bolt-in replacement control panel for 1966-67 Chevrolet Nova. The control panels are designed to replace the factory controls and operate Vintage Air Gen IV systems.   On classic cars […]

Vintage Air in Hot Rod Magazine

The Front Runner! Big-Block Chevy Serpentine Belt Conversion Kit In the old days, V-belts were called fan belts, and most cars had only one. Then power steering, air conditioning, and even smog pumps came along, and the front of an American V-8 engine soon looked like Medusa trying to eat a refrigerator. Read More: https://www.hotrod.com/articles/big-block-chevy-serpentine-belt-conversion-kit/

The Inside Scoop On Front Drive Accessory Systems

The V-belt has long been a staple of pulley systems that drive air conditioning, alternators or power steering units. Often running multiple thin V-belts from the engine’s crankshaft pulley to each accessory — known as the front drive system — was standard on older cars.  But V-belts have their limitations. Over time the thin belts […]