After the seats were cleaned, the seat tracks were sprayed with semigloss black and regrea
The seat bolts are other items that don't receive a lot of attention, though they are fair
While our console was sitting loose, we installed our CD player from Antique Automobile Ra
With the interior complete, we trailered the Mach 1 over to Classic Auto Air in Tampa for the final air conditioning line assembly. We also had The Muffler and Exhaust Center in Lakeland, Florida, build us a temporary system so that we could test the A/C and engine and not go deaf.
While our system was sitting around in the months prior to assembly, some bonehead decided that the lines needed a kink in them. This is usually disastrous for these lines. Fortunately, ours are still holding their charge of 134A. Lloyd Malott gave us some tips on what to look for where these old hoses are concerned:
- Check for discoloration at the kink. If the line is a brownish color, you could develop a leak.
- Check original hoses for fraying. This could be a weak spot-especially with the higher line pressures of 134A.
- Check for looseness/oil at the fittings. This could be a sign that the lines have been pulled and twisted.
Lloyd Malott vacuums the system to get the system ready for 134A. We used Classic Auto Air
Another telltale sign that the system is 134. These fittings must be left on by law.
Things really get moving now. The seatbelts and the console went in at this point. We reco
This sticker must be prominently applied in the engine bay when a system has been converte
Last but not least, Lloyd Malott uses an extremely sensitive sniffer to detect leaks. Afte
Finished door. You've seen it before, but we like our new old stock door panel so much, we
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Classic Auto Air
2020 W. Kennedy Blvd.
18600 E. 96th St.
The Eastwood Co
263 Shoemaker Rd.
CJ Pony Parts
7441B Allentown Blvd.