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Old 04-30-2012, 01:08 PM
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Pictures of Heater/AC unit under fender or in trunk

I would like to use the heater and AC out of my '95 Roadmaster in my '37 Roadmaster.
I think the unit will not mount under the dash because there is not room.
I have read of others mounting an AC condenser under the front fender or in the trunk. I have not taken the unit out of the donor car yet.
I apologize if these questions seem fundamental, I just have no experience working on car heaters & AC.
1) When remote AC is added, is it a heater + AC, or just AC?
2) Has anyone used AC from a donor car mounted in a remote location?
3) Can someone share pictures of such a set-up and mounting.
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under seat heaters

50's Buicks and I think Cads had and under seat heater unit as an option. I had one. they were popular to add and aux heat under your truck seat , the reg heater melting the snow off the windshield and the under seat to keep you from freezing. You might be able to have 2 separate fans and units one heat and one cool where they will fit. look at pieces from a van rear seat heater or heat cool.
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