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Old 02-24-2013, 09:34 PM
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1940 Ford Heating and Air

Hello out there,

I have a 1940 Ford Deluxe. It has a heater and connections for air. The blower motor doesn't work. I tried to look for a model or model number but there is nothing on the any of the parts. Can anyone suggest a heat motor that I can buy that would work for both the air and heater? The motor is a 350 Chevy small block.

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Juan

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Old 02-24-2013, 09:38 PM
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Does it have a heater installed and just the blower motor is bad? Or are you after getting a whole new system, don't quite understand your question. Can you post some questions?

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Just the Blower Motor

Hello Brian

Thanks for the quick response

It has a heating system hooked up to it already. I just can't find the make or model information to fix the blower motor. Itís also ready to air to it in the future also.

If I would have to get a new system any ideas?
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If you were to get a new system then buy "Vintage Air" .....that is if I read your question properly.
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Take some photos of this system. Most of those motors are pretty interchangeable and available.

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Kello Brian,

I'll be at the World of Wheels this week in Rosemont Illinois. After I bring the car back next week I will be able to take care of the pictures. Talk to you then.

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