1960 Ford F100 4x2 - Installing Heat and Air, April


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Album Title: Installing Heat and Air, April
Kit is from Classic Auto Air

http://www.classicautoair.com/FPickup5760.asp
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Wally Kandel Marietta, Ohio
1960 Ford F100
292 manual 4x2
Interior:
Exterior:
Mileage: 1000
Modifications
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The brackets and spacers that came with the kit for mounting the ...


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I had to grind one bracket a little because it was not clearing ...


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This is after assembly ...


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There is a template that comes with the kit. The battery had to ...


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After assembly ...


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Took a couple try's to get the right size. ...


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You can see where I had to drill a hole for the hose to go throu ...


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starting to hook up the hoses ...


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Brackets have been painted ...


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Note the dryer, condenser and lines ...


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All the hoses are hooked up and the battery is back in place ...


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Fan is 18 inches ...


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I needed to use part of the original spacer to swallow the water ...


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Looks almost stock ...


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Really moves a lot of air, the defrost works great also. ...

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