Staying cooler than cool since 1976 Vintage Air is arguably the go-to supplier for all things air conditioning for your classic pony. If you want to stay cool stay tuned today, Vintage Air President Rick Love is here to talk about making your classic comfortable all year round. Welcome Rick to Ford Mustang The Early Years.

Product Talk:

  • How’s the AC biz, I know the classic car business is firing on all cylinders
  • I want cold and colder – can I get that from Vintage Air
  • Break it to me gently – can I do this myself
  • Classic Mustang enthusiasts often emphasize the authenticity of their vehicles. How does Vintage Air ensure that its air conditioning systems not only provide comfort but also maintain the vintage aesthetics and feel that enthusiasts cherish?”
  • Do Vintage Air AC units affect performance or gas mileage
  • Sometimes square peg round hole. How do you pack so much equipment into a car or truck that was never meant to have it.
  • Talk to me about overheating issues…thoughts?
  • With so many restomods out there, how does that affect your product line – seems like there’s a ton of variable potential, no?
  • What percentage of your biz is B2C as opposed to B2B?
  • Talk to my community about service and support during the install phase. There are so many DIYers out there.

Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast — Guest Interview Application


Company Name: 

Vintage Air


Do you own a Classic Car? 

My old `39 has been called a few things through the years (I have owned it for almost 40), but no “official” name.

Are you a supplier of products to Mustang and Classic Car enthusiasts?: 


Have you ever made improvements to your classic car or restored it?

I first built my `39 Ford Deluxe in 1984, actually used a few Mustang parts (steering box, column, and rear axle). It was the only car I owned for a while, drove it every day. After 30 years and over 180,000 miles, I rebuilt it a few years ago. Basically rebuilt the car from the ground up but we replicated the paint job that we first did in 1984. Kept the car looking the same, but it’s a much better build this time around.

What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?

Plans now are to continue to drive and enjoy it. We have already driven it on Vintage Air Road Tours to Biloxi, Mississippi and Lake Havasu, Arizona. This year’s Tour is going to Nashville, Tennessee for the Triple Crown event.

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