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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-30-2019 05:05 AM
ProStreetRob If you have a good working 12V system their are also many Electric Auto Heaters available. I've used them in a few applications and found them to work exceptionally well and trouble free. Nice clean install, no water hoses, INSTANT Hot Air...
09-30-2019 04:12 AM
cerial I have bought 2 summit heater units and would not hesitate to buy a 3rd.
They are very reliable, simple to wire and run. While costing less both upfront and with replacment parts(I have submerged the 1st one a few times in a utv). The 2 port one is both compact while kicking out enough heat to fill a single or extended cab.

Read the reviews for further convincing.

This thing rocks.
09-16-2019 09:14 AM
AirwolfPJ Little better pic.

09-16-2019 09:08 AM
AirwolfPJ I went with the VintageAir heater/defrost combo in my 65 Econoline pickup. Nice unit.[ATTACH]
09-09-2019 05:02 PM
AMan31 If you're still running a flathead , they used a heater hose nipple added to radiator hose.
If you want a period heater check Ebay. A sample:
09-09-2019 03:16 PM
Originally Posted by OneMoreTime View Post
Back in the day heaters were an option on your new car so we installed something like this.,304.html

These guys work well and can fit in your Ford just fine.

It doesn't look too bad either. It'd be nice to be able to drive a bit on a sunny winter day. Thanks. --John--
09-09-2019 01:23 PM
OneMoreTime Back in the day heaters were an option on your new car so we installed something like this.,304.html

These guys work well and can fit in your Ford just fine.

09-09-2019 11:00 AM
Heater for 46 Ford?

It will start getting cooler soon and I'd like to explore adding a heater to the 46. Is there a catalog of such things or should I be shopping junkyards? Thanks, John

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