|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|
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|
Little better pic.
|09-16-2019 09:08 AM|
I went with the VintageAir heater/defrost combo in my 65 Econoline pickup. Nice unit.[ATTACH]
|09-09-2019 05:02 PM|
If you're still running a flathead , they used a heater hose nipple added to radiator hose. https://www.macsautoparts.com/ford_m...passenger.html
If you want a period heater check Ebay. A sample:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-CLA...YAAOSw8qFc1x3u
|09-09-2019 03:16 PM|
|09-09-2019 01:23 PM|
Back in the day heaters were an option on your new car so we installed something like this.
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