I have not found an after market source for an AC Heater unit. As you may already read there is some outfit in Phoenix that claims to fit their unit into any g body. Their price of $2 grand US or more and that is enough to cause one to seek out a more reasonable solution. Our local Vintage Air dealer has a selection of dummy/mock-up units that they rent out.Hey I have a 1981 Malibu that I am building with a LS 26.0 motor looking for help figuring out how do I use a vintage air conditioner unit or something similar that’ll work with a shaved firewall
Understood. I am a guy who would sweat in Siberia so AC is a must for me. Chevelles I've had in the past had no AC and I'd have to drive around with a towel draped around my neck. Real cool NOTMy Malibu was order from GM Oshawa with the C60 delete, I recently resealed the heater internal flaps. Now the dash vents flow properly. The majority of the muscle cars I have owned in my lifetime did not have factory air.Back then that feature was considered a horsepower robbing device plus the system added weight to the vehicle. I’m much older now and I certainly can understand why AC would be a great option. So, I just learn to live with the lack of AC in the Malibu and came to the realization that vintage of vehicle will never be as quiet and comfortable as my 2008 HHR LT. The LS swap into the Malibu is what change it from boring to exciting beyond belief.
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