I had no idea they made such a thing. I saw this on the local CL. (I am not connected to the seller in any way.)
I took this picture of Hal Schedler's car when we were in Richmond in 2008:
Interesting and far out! That would certainly make some of those tours in the summer a little more tolerable...grin..
I'll post a few pictures to compliment Dick's above:
Hope he has some extra horses in that engine !
That sure is cool!!! (sorry, couldn't resist)
Looks like the same AC unit installed on the 1965 Mustang on display at the Piquette Plant.
Ken...That seems to be what everyone thinks but it's wrong. When I cycle the ac on and off you have to listen close to notice an (a) RPM chance. The alternator takes about as much.
I read somewhere that everything necessary to air condition an automobile had been invented by 1912. It just didn't occur to the car companies to do it until much later.
You really need AC, if you have girls riding in your T.